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C 60/82 EN Official Journal of the European Communities 25. 2.

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The remaining ECU 158 505 were spent by representations of the Commission in the Member States for specific
information for women, in the following ways:

% of representations’
Amount
specific expenditure

Belgium 25,700 16.21


Denmark 28,282 17.84
Germany 36,864 23.25
Spain 7,500 4.73
France 1,950 1.23
Ireland 22,545 14.22
Austria 17,300 10.91
Portugal 18,364 11.58

(98/C 60/118) WRITTEN QUESTION E-2031/97


by Jesús Cabezón Alonso (PSE) and Juan Colino Salamanca (PSE) to the Commission
(13 June 1997)

Subject: Free movement of goods within the European Union

In May 1997 there were many incidents in France involving attacks on non-French lorries transporting fruit and
vegetables. The attacks also occurred in warehouses and markets.

The French police took no action while these incidents were occurring, nor did the French authorities make any
serious attempt to try to prevent the attacks.

What is the Commission’s reaction to these clear, repeated attempts to hamper the free movement of persons and
goods?

Answer given by Mr Fischler on behalf of the Commission


(1 July 1997)

The Commission would refer the Honourable Members to its answer to Written Question P-1992/97 by
Mr Garcı́a-Margallo y Marfil (1).

(1) OJ C 45, 10.2.1998, p. 137.

(98/C 60/119) WRITTEN QUESTION E-2033/97


by Roberta Angelilli (NI) to the Commission
(13 June 1997)

Subject: Alitalia restructuring plan

For the past year or so, under the procedure laid down in Articles 92 and 93 of the Treaty of Rome, the
Commission has been considering the restructuring plan for the Italian airline, Alitalia, which consists mainly of
a capital transfer estimated to be worth over LIT 3 100 billion, LIT 1 500 billion of which is to be provided by IRI,
the state holding company which has a 90% stake in Alitalia.