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C 104/178 EN Official Journal of the European Communities 14. 4.

1999

Friday 15 January 1999

Mrs Miranda de Lage introduced oral question B4-1162/98. Amendments rejected: 9 by EV (24 for, 25 against, 1 absten-
tion); 8 by EV (21 for, 29 against, 1 abstention); 10
Mr Kittelmann introduced oral question B4-1163/98.
The different parts of the text were adopted in order.
Mr Ribeiro introduced oral question B4-1164/98.

Mr Hudghton introduced oral question B4-0010/99.


The following spoke during the vote:
Mr Oreja, Member of the Commission, answered the ques-
tions. − before the vote on am. 2, Mrs González Álvarez proposed,
with the agreement of Mr Kittelmann, author of the amend-
The following spoke: Mr Katiforis, on behalf of the PSE ment on behalf of the PPE Group, an oral amendment seeking
Group, Mr Herman, on behalf of the PPE Group, Mr Seppänen, to include the textile sector in this amendment;
on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, Mr Wolf, on behalf of the
V Group, Mr Rübig, Mrs González Álvarez and Mr Oreja. The President established that there was no objection to putting
this oral amendment to the vote.
The President had received, pursuant to Rule 40(5), the
following motions for resolutions tabled by the following
Members: Parliament adopted the resolution (Part II, Item 4).

− Hendrick and Garcı́a Arias, on behalf of the PSE Group,


on the economic and social impact of the global financial crisis Explanations of vote were made by the following Members:
on European industry (B4-0024/99);
− in writing: Berthu, on behalf of the I-EDN Group
− Gasòliba i Böhm, on behalf of the ELDR Group, on the
impact of the financial crisis on European industry (B4-
0029/99);
9. Return of the Elgin Marbles (Rule 48)
− Kreissl-Dörfler, Wolf and Lannoye, on behalf of the
V Group, on the economic and social impact of the internation-
al financial crisis on industry (B4-0030/99); The President informed Parliament that, pursuant to Rule
48(3), written declaration 8/98 on the return of the Elgin
− Rübig, Kittelmann and Oomen-Ruijten, on behalf of the Marbles had received 341 signatures and would therefore,
PPE Group, on the effect of the international financial situation pursuant to Rule 48(4), be forwarded to the institutions named
on the transatlantic steel market (B4-0033/99); in it together with the names of the signatories and published in
the Minutes of the sitting of 28 January 1999, together with the
− Pasty, d’Aboville, Caccavale, Donnay, Gallagher, Girão names of the signatories.
Pereira, Janssen van Raay, Kaklamanis, Lataillade and Pompi-
dou, on behalf of the UPE Group, on the economic and social
impact of the world financial crisis on European industry
(B4-0034/99);
10. Common fisheries policy (debate and vote)
− González Álvarez, Ainardi, Ribeiro and Theonas, on the
impact of the financial crisis on European industry (B4- Mr Novo introduced his report, drawn up on behalf of the
0036/99). Committee on Fisheries, on a common fisheries policy: action
plan for monitoring fisheries (working document)
The President closed the debate. (SEC(98)0949 − C4-0378/98) (A4-0462/98).

The following spoke: Mr McMahon, on behalf of the PSE


VOTE Group, Mr Cushnahan, on behalf of the PPE Group,
(Simple majority) Mr Hudghton, on behalf of the ARE Group, Mr Berthu
(deputising for Mr Souchet), on behalf of the I-EDN Group,
and Mr Oreja, Member of the Commission.
MOTIONS FOR RESOLUTIONS B4-0024, 0029, 0030, 0033,
0034 and 0036/99:
The President closed the debate.
− joint motion for a resolution tabled by the following
Members:
Hendrick and Garcı́a Arias, on behalf of the PSE Group, VOTE:
Rübig and Kittelmann, on behalf of the PPE Group, (Simple majority)
Pasty, on behalf of the UPE Group,
Gasòliba i Böhm, on behalf of the ELDR Group,
González Àlvarez, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION
Kreissl-Dörfler, Wolf and Lannoye, on behalf of the
V Group,
Castagnède, on behalf of the ARE Group, Amendments adopted: 2; 1 by RCV
to replace these motions with a new text:
Amendment rejected: 3
Amendments adopted: 7 by EV (31 for, 19 against, 0 absten-
tion); 2 amended orally; 3; 4, 5; 1; 6 The different parts of the text were adopted in order.