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4. Undesirable subtances and products in animal nutrition ***I (debate)

The next item was the debate on two reports, drawn up on behalf of the Committee on the Environment,
Public Health and Consumer Policy.

Mrs Paulsen introduced her reports on:


! the proposal for a European Parliament and Council directive on undesirable substances and products
in animal nutrition (COM(1999) 654 ! C5-0344/1999 ! 1999/0259(COD)) (A5-0257/2000)
Draftsman: (enhanced Hughes procedure): Mrs Auroi (AGRI)
! the proposal for a European Parliament and Council Directive amending Council Directive 95/53/EC
fixing the principles governing the organisation of official inspections in the field of animal nutrition
and Council Directive 1999/29/EC on undesirable substances and products in animal nutrition
(COM(2000) 162 ! C5-0165/2000 ! 2000/0068(COD))(A5-0256/2000).
Draftsman: (enhanced Hughes procedure): Mrs Auroi (AGRI)

The following spoke: Graefe zu Baringdorf, to state the position of the Committee on Agriculture and
Rural Development on report A5-0257/2000, Auroi, draftsman of the opinion of the Committee on Agri-
culture and Rural Development on report A5-0256/2000, Klaß, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, Roth-
Behrendt, on behalf of the PSE Group, Ries, on behalf of the ELDR Group, Lannoye, on behalf of the
Verts/ALE Group, Thomas-Mauro, on behalf of the UEN Group, Fiori, Whitehead, Pesälä, Schörling,
Hyland, Keppelhoff-Wiechert, Jeggle, Oomen-Ruijten, Korhola and Byrne, Member of the Commission.

IN THE CHAIR: Mr VIDAL-QUADRAS ROCA


Vice-President

The President closed the debate.

Vote: Items 20 and 21.

5. Compound feedingstuffs ***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
79/373/EEC on the marketing of compound feedingstuffs (COM(1999) 744 ! C5-0020/2000 ! 2000/
0015(COD)) (A5-0233/2000).
Draftsman: (enhanced Hughes procedure): Mrs Roth-Behrendt (ENVI)

The following spoke: Roth-Behrendt, draftsman of the opinion of the Environment Committee,
Xaver Mayer, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, Kindermann, on behalf of the PSE Group, Fiebiger, on behalf
of the GUE/NGL Group, Martinez, TDI Group, Cunha, Schierhuber, Redondo Jiménez, Maat, Raschhofer
and Byrne, Member of the Commission.

The President closed the debate.

Vote: Item 22.

(The sitting was suspended at 10.55 pending the start of voting time and resumed at 11.00.)

IN THE CHAIR: Mrs FONTAINE


President

Mr Varela Suanzes-Carpegna, chairman of the Committee on Fisheries, spoke on two fishing vessels ship-
wrecked in recent days in the Irish Sea, claiming numerous victims; on behalf of the Committee on Fish-
eries and on his own behalf, he asked the President to send messages of condolence to the families of the
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victims and to the British authorities and the Spanish authorities in Galicia. He also stated that the Com-
mittee on Fisheries was in the process of drawing up an own-initiative report on fishing accidents
(the President replied that she would send the messages).

VOTING TIME

6. Enlargement of the European Union (vote)

Report: Brok ! A5-0250/2000


(Simple majority)

MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION:

Amendments adopted: 56 and 57 (identical); 22 by EV (245 for, 232 against, 10 abstentions); 19; 47
(1st part); 47 (2nd part); 39 by EV (270 for, 188 against, 23 abstentions); 4; 15 by EV (381 for, 85
against, 17 abstentions); 42; 62 (compromise); 58 by EV (265 for, 242 against, 22 abstentions); 41 by
EV (255 for, 238 against, 13 abstentions); 61 by EV (282 for, 218 against, 13 abstentions); 50; 51; 6;
52; 7 (1st part); 7 (2nd part); 33 by EV (298 for, 218 against, 15 abstentions); 43; 44; 45; 46; 48 by EV
(269 for, 250 against, 18 abstentions); 54 and 60 (identical)

Amendments rejected: 11; 37; 2 by EV (173 for, 242 against, 10 abstentions); 12; 3 by EV (209 for, 223
against, 9 abstentions); 16; 38 (1st part) by RCV (TDI); 38 (2nd part); 13; 24; 18; 23; 40; 55; 59; 49; 14;
21; 35; 20; 5 by EV (239 for, 251 against, 25 abstentions); 36; 1; 30; 29; 17; 32; 8 by EV (193 for, 306
against, 26 abstentions); 9; 28; 34; 27; 25; 26; 10

Amendments fallen: 53; 31

Paragraphs moved: 13 after 1 (1a), 25 after 1 (1b) and 16 after 1 (1c) (PSE)

RCVs: paragraph 19 (PSE)

The following spoke during the vote:


! The President established that there was no opposition to taking into consideration compromise
amendment 62 to paragraph 25.

Requests for separate votes: paragraphs 27 and 117 (PPE-DE); 10, 15, 18, 21, 23, 26, 96, 100 and 115
(UEN); 37, 45 and 52 (GUE/NGL)

Split votes:

recital A (PSE)
1st part: text without the words ‘by the Soviet occupation of Central and Eastern Europe’: adopted
2nd part: these words: adopted by EV (213 for, 152 against, 16 abstentions)

recital C (UEN)
1st part: up to ‘… preparing to join’: adopted
2nd part: remainder: adopted

amendment 38 (TDI)
1st part: up to ‘welcomed’
2nd part: remainder

amendment 47 (UEN)
1st part: up to ‘deepening of the Union’
2nd part: remainder

paragraph 19 (PSE)
1st part: text without the words ‘rules out … EMU which’: adopted by RCV (PSE)
2nd part: these words: adopted by RCV (PSE)

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