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1999 EN Official Journal of the European Communities C 98/207

Thursday 17 December 1998

IN THE CHAIR: Mrs SCHLEICHER 24. Human rights (debate)


Vice-President
The next item was the debate on 33 motions for resolutions
(B4-1092, 1093, 1101, 1123, 1126, 1127, 1131, 1140, 1153,
1154, 1081, 1091, 1114, 1132, 1143, 1150, 1085, 1090, 1103,
TOPICAL AND URGENT DEBATE 1135, 1142, 1125, 1134, 1145, 1156, 1078, 1109, 1137, 1141,
1155, 1117, 1124 and 1148/98).
The next item was the debate on topical and urgent subjects of
major importance (for titles and authors of motions for
resolutions, see Minutes of 15 December 1998, Part I, Item 5). Death penalty
The following introduced the motions for resolutions:Mrs Ka-
ramanou, Mr Bertens, Mr Dupuis, Mrs Schroedter, Mrs Lenz
and Mrs Pailler.
21. Moldova (debate)
The following spoke: Mr Cushnahan, on behalf of the PPE
The next item was the debate on five motions for resolutions Group, Mr Fassa, on behalf of the ELDR Group, and Mrs Gon-
(B4-1087, 1100, 1138, 1144 and 1151/98). zález Álvarez, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group.
The following introduced the motions for resolutions:
Mrs Mann, Mr Bertens, Mr Habsburg-Lothringen and Sudan
Mrs Schroedter.
The following introduced the motions for resolutions Mr Bert-
Mr Pinheiro, Member of the Commission, spoke. ens, Mrs Van Bladel and Mr Telkämper.
Mr Fassa spoke on behalf of the ELDR Group.
The President closed the debate.

Vote: Item 25. Pakistan

The following introduced the motions for resolutions: Mr Van


Dam, Mr Evans, Mr Fassa, Mr Holm and Mrs Maij-Weggen.
22. Drugs in sport (debate) Mr Mann spoke on behalf of the PPE Group.

The next item was the debate on seven motions for resolutions
(B4-1086, 1088, 1102, 1119, 1139, 1152 and 1159/98). Iran

The following introduced the motions for resolutions: Mr Hap- The following introduced the motions for resolutions: Mr Pra-
part, Mr Bertens, Mrs Maes, Mr Perry and Mrs Ainardi. dier, Mr Gahrton, Mrs Maij-Weggen and Mrs Pailler.
The following spoke: Mr von Habsburg, on behalf of the PPE
Group, Mr Bertens, on behalf of the ELDR Group, Mr Swo-
boda, on behalf of the PSE Group, and Mr Van Dam, on behalf
of the I-EDN Group.
IN THE CHAIR: Mr ANASTASSOPOULOS
Vice-President Child soldiers

Mr Kerr also introduced a motion for a resolution. The following introduced the motions for resolutions: Mr Bert-
ens, Mrs Schroedter, Mrs Lenz and Mrs González Álvarez.
Mrs Van Bladel spoke on a technical problem. The following spoke: Mrs Günther, on behalf of the PPE
Group, and Mrs Leperre-Verrier, on behalf of the ARE Group.
The following spoke: Mrs Lindeperg, on behalf of the PSE
Group, Mr Mendes Bota, on behalf of the PPE Group,
Mr Amadeo, Non-attached Member, Mr Pinheiro, Member of FYROM
the Commission, and Mr Donnay, who also introduced his
motion for a resolution. The following introduced the motions for resolutions: Mr Du-
puis and Mr Posselt.
The President closed the debate.

Vote: Item 26.


IN THE CHAIR: Mr David W. MARTIN
Vice-President
23. Official welcome The following spoke: Mr Swoboda, on behalf of the PSE
Group, and Mr Robles Piquer, who spoke on the situation in
On behalf of Parliament, the President welcomed members of a Sudan.
delegation from the Chamber of Representatives of the Repub-
lic of Cyprus, led by Mr Tassos Papadopoulos, who had taken Mr Pinheiro, Member of the Commission, spoke on the human
their seats in the official gallery. rights subject as a whole.
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The President closed the debate. Death penalty

Vote: Item 27. MOTIONS FOR RESOLUTIONS B4-1092, 1093, 1101, 1123,
1126, 1127, 1131, 1140, 1153 and 1154/98:

VOTE − joint motion for a resolution tabled by the following


(Simple majority) Members:
Karamanou, d’Ancona, on behalf of the PSE Group
Lenz, Soulier, Oostlander, Ferrer, Cushnahan, on behalf of
the PPE Group
25. Moldova (vote) Cars, on behalf of the ELDR Group
Wurtz, Gutiérrez Dı́az, Manisco, Vinci, Puerta, Coates,
Motions for resolutions B4-1087, 1100, 1138, 1144 and Pailler, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group
1151/98 Aglietta, Orlando, Tamino, Cohn-Bendit, Wolf, Breyer, on
behalf of the V Group
Dupuis, Dell’Alba, Hory, on behalf of the ARE Group
MOTIONS FOR RESOLUTIONS B4-1087, 1100, 1138, 1144 Caccavale, Van Bladel, Daskalaki
and 1151/98: to replace these motions with a new text:

− joint motion for a resolution tabled by the following Parliament adopted the resolution (Part II, Item 13(a)).
Members:
E. Mann, on behalf of the PSE Group
von Habsburg, Hoppenstedt and Habsburg-Lothringen, on Sudan
behalf of the PPE Group
La Malfa, on behalf of the ELDR Group MOTIONS FOR RESOLUTIONS B4-1081, 1091, 1132, 1143
Alavanos, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group and 1150/98:
Schroedter and Aelvoet, on behalf of the V Group
to replace these motions with a new text:
− joint motion for a resolution tabled by the following
Members:
Parliament adopted the resolution (Part II, Item 11).
Vecchi, on behalf of the PSE Group
Robles Piquer, on behalf of the PPE Group
Bertens, Fassa, on behalf of the ELDR Group
González Alvarez, Jové Peres, Marset Campos, on behalf
26. Drugs in sport (vote) of the GUE/NGL Group
Aelvoet, Telkämper, on behalf of the V Group
Motions for resolutions B4-1086, 1088, 1102, 1119, 1139, Hory, Maes, on behalf of the ARE Group
1152 and 1159/98 to replace these motions with a new text:

Amendment adopted: 2
MOTIONS FOR RESOLUTIONS B4-1086, 1088, 1102, 1119,
1139, 1152 and 1159/98 Amendment rejected: 1
− joint motion for a resolution tabled by the following
The different parts of the text were adopted in order.
Members:
Happart, Bères, on behalf of the PSE Group
Decourrière, Oomen-Ruijten, Pack, on behalf of the PPE Parliament adopted the resolution (Part II, Item 13(b)).
Group
Pasty, Guinebertière, Schaffner, d’Aboville, Pompidou, (Motion for a resolution B4-1114/98 fell.)
Kaklamanis, on behalf of the UPE Group
Monfils, on behalf of the ELDR Group
Ainardi, Ripa di Meana, Mohamed Ali, Gutiérrez Dı́az, Pakistan
Sornosa Martı́nez, Ribeiro, Ephremidis, Sierra Gonzàlez,
Seppänen, Alavanos, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group The President announced that there were mistakes in some
Kerr, on behalf of the V Group language versions which would be corrected in accordance
Maes, Scarbonchi, Pradier, on behalf of the ARE Group with the original English version.
to replace these motions with a new text:

Parliament adopted the resolution (Part II, Item 12). MOTIONS FOR RESOLUTIONS B4-1085, 1090, 1103, 1135
and 1142/98:

− joint motion for a resolution tabled by the following


27. Human rights (vote) Members:
Newens, on behalf of the PSE Group
Motions for resolutions B4-1092, 1093, 1101, 1123, 1126, Maij-Weggen and T. Mann, on behalf of the PPE Group
1127, 1131, 1140, 1153, 1154, 1081, 1091, 1114, 1132, 1143, Pasty, Van Bladel and Caccavale, on behalf of the UPE
1150, 1085, 1090, 1103, 1135, 1142, 1125, 1134, 1145, 1156, Group
1078, 1109, 1137, 1141, 1155, 1117, 1124 and 1148 André-Léonard and Fassa, on behalf of the ELDR Group