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C 377/48 Official Journal of the European Communities EN 29.12.

2000

Wednesday 15 March 2000

DRAFT LEGISLATIVE RESOLUTION:

Parliament adopted the legislative resolution (Item 10 of ‘Texts Adopted’).

16. Atmospheric pollutants ***I (vote)

Report Myller % A5-0063/2000


(Simple majority)

PROPOSAL FOR A DIRECTIVE COM(1999) 125 % C5-0047/1999 % 1999/0067(COD):

Amendments adopted: 1; 2; 3; 6 by RCV (Verts/ALE); 7; 8; 9 by EV (284 for, 245 against, 16 abstentions);


12; 30; 11 (1st part) by EV (325 for, 206 against, 6 abstentions); 11 (2nd part); 11 (3rd part); 25; 13

Amendments rejected: 4 by EV (199 for, 329 against, 10 abstentions); 10; 14 by EV (216 for, 305 against,
12 abstentions); 19; 20; 17 by RCV (ELDR); 18; 21; 22; 23; 24; 26; 27; 16 by RCV (ELDR); 29/rev. by
RCV (UEN); 28 and 32 (identical) by RCV (Verts/ALE, UEN); 31/rev.; 15 by RCV (Verts/ALE)

Amendment fallen: 5

The following spoke:


% The rapporteur pointed out a mistake in amendments 18 and 30 which should read ‘exceeded’ instead
of ‘reached’

Separate votes: amendments 1, 2, 3 (PSE); 4 (PSE, ELDR); 6 (PSE); 7 (PSE, ELDR, Verts/ALE); 8 (PSE, ELDR);
9 (PSE, PPE-DE); 10 (PSE); 11 (PSE); 12 (PSE, PPE-DE); 14 (PSE)

Split vote:

Amendment 11 (PPE-DE):
1st part: paragraph 1, introduction and (a)
2nd part: (b) to (ha)
3rd part: paragraph 2

Parliament approved the Commission proposal as amended (Item 11 of ‘Texts Adopted’).

DRAFT LEGISLATIVE RESOLUTION:

Parliament adopted the legislative resolution by RCV (PPE-DE) (Item 11 of ‘Texts Adopted’).

17. Special European Council (23/24 March in Lisbon) (vote)

Motions for resolutions B5-0236, 0237, 0238, 0239, 0240 and 0242/2000
(Simple Majority)

JOINT MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION B5-0236/2000 (to replace B5-0236, 0239, and 0240/2000):
tabled by:
Suominen, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group,
Murphy, on behalf of the PSE Group,
Jensen, on behalf of the ELDR Group
(Crowley, Nobilia, Queiró and Ribeiro e Castro were also signatories on behalf of the UEN Group).

Amendments adopted: 2 by RCV (Verts/ALE); 7 (2nd part) by RCV (Verts/ALE); 1 (as an addition)

Amendments rejected: 6 by RCV (Verts/ALE); 7 (1st part) by RCV (Verts/ALE); 8 by RCV (Verts/ALE); 3 by
RCV (Verts/ALE); 4 by RCV (Verts/ALE); 5 by RCV (Verts/ALE)
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The PSE Group had informed the Chair that its amendment 1 was actually an addition to the text (a new
paragraph 17a).

Separate votes: paragraph 1 (Verts/ALE): adopted; paragraph 2 (Verts/ALE): adopted

Split votes:
Amendment 7 (PPE-DE):
1st part: up to ‘objectives’
2nd part: remainder
Paragraph 4 (PSE):
1st part: up to ‘jobs’: adopted
2nd part: remainder: adopted
Paragraph 5 (Verts/ALE):
1st part: up to ‘such businesses’: adopted by EV (295 for, 237 against, 16 abstentions)
2nd part: remainder: adopted
Paragraph 10 (PSE):
1st part: text without the words ‘in relation to social exclusion’: adopted
2nd part: these words: adopted by EV (245 for, 237 against, 53 abstentions)
Paragraph 14 (PSE):
1st part: up to ‘implemented’: adopted
2nd part: remainder: adopted
Paragraph 15 (PSE):
1st part: up to ‘requirements’: adopted
2nd part: remainder: adopted
Paragraph 19 (PSE):
1st part: text without the words ‘the explicit respect for the principle of subsidiarity embedded in’: adopted
2nd part: these words: adopted

Parliament adopted the resolution (Item 12 of ‘Texts Adopted’).

Motions for resolutions B5-0237, 0238 and 0242/2000 fell.


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In view of the time, the President decided to end the votes at that point.

Mr Poettering, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, proposed voting on the motion for a resolution on envir-
onmental legislation B5-0227/2000.

The following spoke on this proposal:

Lienemann, on behalf of the French Members of the PSE Group, and Barón Crespo, Chairman of the
PSE Group.

Mr Poettering asked for Parliament to vote on his proposal. The President put the proposal to the House
accordingly.

Parliament rejected the proposal by EV (199 for, 289 against, 10 abstentions).

Mrs Banotti asked for the bell announcing voting time to sound earlier, so that Members could arrive in
time for the start of voting time.
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Explanations of vote were made by the following Members:

Recommendation for 2nd reading: Wijkman (A5-0051/2000)


' in writing: Coûteaux, on behalf of the UEN Group; Sacrédeus
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Recommendation for 2nd reading: Lannoye (A5-0047/2000)


' orally: Maes, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, Montfort,

IN THE CHAIR: Mr Gerhard SCHMID


Vice-President
' orally: Isler-Béguin, Titley
' in writing: Souchet, on behalf of the UEN Group; Caudron; Lulling; Ries; Roure; Darras; Rovsing;
Bordes; Laguiller; Cauquil; Carlotti; Savary; Miranda; Banotti

Recommendation for 2nd reading: Schnellhardt (A5-0054/2000)


' in writing: Thomas-Mauro, on behalf of the UEN Group; Montfort; Titley

Recommendation for 2nd reading: Blokland (A5-0056/2000)


' in writing: Thomas-Mauro, on behalf of the UEN Group; Souchet; Montfort; Varaut; Collins; Caudron;
Ries; Sacrédeus; Titley; Banotti

Report: Davies (A5-0062/2000)


' in writing: Caudron

Report: Myller (A5-0063/2000)


' in writing: Caudron

Resolution on the Special Lisbon Summit % RC B5-0236/2000


' in writing: Berthu,on behalf of the UEN Group; Caudron; Theonas; Ainardi
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Corrections to votes:

Recommendation for 2nd reading: Lannoye (A5-0047/2000)


% amendment 8
Intended to vote for: Savary
Intended to vote against: Cederschiöld
% amendment 19
Intended to vote against: Scallon
% amendment 20
Intended to vote for: Thomas-Mauro and Souchet

Recommendation for 2nd reading: Blokland (A5-0056/2000)


% amendment 27 (part not concerning ammonia)
Intended to vote against: Robert Evans

Report: Davies (A5-0062/2000)


% amendment: 28
Intended to vote for: Rübig
% amendment 18 (part corresponding to Annex I, table 2)
Intended to vote against: Rübig
% amendment 18 (part corresponding to Annex I, table 3)
Intended to vote against: Rübig

Report: Myller (A5-0063/2000)


% amendment 15
Intended to vote for: Tannock
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Joint resolution on the Special Lisbon Summit % RC B5-0236/2000


% amendment 7 (2nd part)
Intended to vote against: Tannock

END OF VOTING TIME

(The sitting was suspended at 13.35 and resumed at 15.00.)

IN THE CHAIR: Mrs LIENEMANN


Vice-President

18. Human rights, racism, xenophobia and anti-Semitism (continuation of debate)

The following spoke: Brie, Cushnahan, Roure, Coelho, Paciotti, Nassauer, Ford, Pirker, Thorning-Schmidt,
Vidal-Quadras Roca, Wiersma, Fiori, Souladakis, Swoboda, Martelli, Seixas da Costa, President-in-Office of
the Council, Patten, Member of the Commission, Haarder and Pirker who put questions to the Council,
Schulz, on the previous speakers’ comments, Seixas da Costa, who answered the questions, Vitorino, Mem-
ber of the Commission, and Flemming, on Mr Seixas da Costa’s remarks.

Mr Schulz spoke on a personal matter regarding comments made by Mr Gollnisch that morning (Item 5).

The President closed the debate.

Vote: Minutes of 16.3.2000, Items 13, 14, 29 and 30.

19. Eurodac (debate)

The next item was a joint debate on three oral questions to the Council:
% Terrón i Cusí, on behalf of the PSE Group, on Eurodac (B5-0013/2000);
% Ceyhun and Boumediene-Thiery, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on Eurodac (B5-0017/2000);
% Pirker, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, on Eurodac (B5-0019/2000).

Mrs Terrón i Cusí moved oral question B5-0013/2000.

Mr Ceyhun moved oral question B5-0017/2000.

Mr Pirker moved oral question B5-0019/2000.

Mr Seixas da Costa, President-in-Office of the Council, answered the questions.

The following spoke: Schulz, on behalf of the PSE Group, Ludford, on behalf of the ELDR Group,
Nassauer, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, Boumediene-Thiery, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, Frahm,
on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, Camre, on behalf of the UEN Group, Karamanou and Vitorino, Member
of the Commission.

The President closed the debate.

20. Trade in bovine animals and swine ***I (debate)

Mr Graefe zu Baringdorf introduced his report, drawn up on behalf of the Committee on Agriculture and
Rural Development, on the proposal for a European Parliament and Council directive amending Directive
64/432/CEE on health problems affecting intra-Community trade in bovine animals and swine
(COM(1999) 456 % C5-0239/1999 % 1999/0217(COD)) (A5-0044/2000).