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C 378/18 Official Journal of the European Communities EN 29.12.

2000

Thursday 30 March 2000

8. Aeroplane ‘hushkits’ (vote)

Motion for a resolution B5-0289/2000
(Simple majority)

MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION:

Amendment adopted: 1

RCV: paragraph 8 (Verts/ALE): adopted

Parliament adopted the resolution (Item 3 of ‘Texts Adopted’).

9. Mediterranean policy (vote)

Motions for resolutions B5-0292, 0297, 0298, 0300, 0303 and 0304/2000
(Simple majority)

MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION RC B5-0297/2000 (replacing B5-0297, 0292, 0298, 0300, 0303 and
0304/2000):
tabled by the following Members:
Fiori, Galeote Quecedo, Cocilovo, Giannakou-Koutsikou, Tajani and de Sarnez, on behalf of the
PPE-DE Group,
Napoletano, Sakellariou, Naïr, Obiols i Germà, on behalf of the PSE Group,
Rutelli, Gasòliba i Böhm, Costa Neves, Ducarme, on behalf of the ELDR Group,
Cohn-Bendit and Bautista Ojeda, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group,
Muscardini, on behalf of the UEN Group
(Mrs Morgantini and Mrs Boudjenah had also signed the joint motion on behalf of the GUE/NGL
Group)

Amendments adopted: 3 by EV (177 for, 155 against, 141 abstentions); 2 by EV (260 for, 198 against,
6 abstentions); oral amendment replacing amendments 5 and 4; 6

The following spoke during the vote:
C Napoletano, who proposed, on behalf of the PSE Group, an oral amendment to the text as a whole to
replace ‘MNCs’ with ‘Mediterranenan partners’.
The President noted that there was no opposition to voting on this oral amendment, which was
adopted.
C Napoletano, who proposed, on behalf of the PSE Group, an oral amendment to replace amendments 4
and 5 to paragraph 16 with the following text: ‘favours the convening of a Euro-Mediterranean con-
ference on agriculture with participation by representatives of the institutions, members of the agri-
foodstuffs industry and representatives of farmers’ and consumers’ organisations’.
The President noted that there was no opposition to voting on this oral amendment, which was
adopted.

Separate votes: recital I, Q, paragraph 1, 3, 10 (EDD)

Parliament adopted the resolution (Item 4 of ‘Texts Adopted’).

10. High Level Working Group on Asylum and Migration (vote)

Report: Hernández Mollar C A5-0057/2000
(Simple majority)

Amendments adopted: 6; 7

Amendments rejected: 1; 2; 3 by RCV (TDI); 4; 5 by RCV (TDI)
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The following spoke during the vote:
C Mr Naïr pointed out, during the vote, that his voting machine was not working.

Separate votes: recitals D, M (PSE); N (ELDR) (adopted by EV (241 for, 169 against, 55 abstentions)); 0 (PSE);
paragraphs 10, 12 (PPE-DE); 17, 30 (UEN); 32 (PPE-DE) (adopted by EV (275 for, 192 against, 10 absten-
tions))

Split vote:
Paragraph 22 (ELDR):
1st part: up to ‘community’: adopted
2nd part: remainder: adopted

Parliament adopted the resolution by RCV (TDI) (Item 5 of ‘Texts Adopted’).

11. Combating child sex tourism (vote)
Report: Klamt C A5-0052/2000
(Simple majority)

MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION:

Mr Dupuis stated that the TDI Group had intended to request roll-call votes and not separate votes on
recitals I, J and paragraphs 31 and 32 and asked for the appropriate changes to be made.

The President noted that there were objections to changing the voting procedure and stated that, conse-
quently, he could not accept the request.

Amendments adopted: 1; 2 by EV (233 for, 167 against, 47 abstentions); 4 (1st part); 4 (2nd part); 3 by EV
(288 for, 137 against, 35 abstentions)

Amendments rejected: 5; 6; 7; 8; 9

The following spoke during the vote:
C During the vote, the President indicated the UEN Group had proposed inserting amendment 3
(which was subsequently adopted) after paragraph 6, instead of after paragraph 38.
Parliament agreed to the proposal.

Separate votes: recitals I, J (PSE, TDI); paragraph 8 (EDD); 11, 13, 14, 18, 19, 24 (PPE-DE); 31 (PSE, UEN,
TDI) (adopted par by EV (212 for, 191 against, 55 abstentions)); 32 (PSE, TDI) (adopted by EV (286 for,
160 against, 13 abstentions))

Split vote:
amendment 4 (EDD)
1st part: up to ‘abused children’
2nd part: remainder

Parliament adopted the resolution (Item 6 of ‘Texts Adopted’).

12. Liability for defective products (vote)
Report: MacCormick C A5-0061/2000
(Simple majority)

MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION:

Amendments adopted: 1 by EV (239 for, 207 against, 12 abstentions); 2; 3 by EV (249 for, 210 against,
3 abstentions)