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C 87 E/20 Official Journal of the European Communities EN 11.4.

2002

Tuesday 2 October 2001

Corrections to votes:

The following Members had intended to vote as follows:


 Report: Harbour  A5-0289/2001
 Legislative resolution
for: Bordes, Korakas, Grosch, Redondo Jiménez, Naïr, Pirker, Prets
 Report: Lange  A5-0287/2001
 Amendment 2
for: Plooij-van Gorsel, Maaten, Naïr, Korakas, Poignant, Paasilinna, Prets
against: Gallagher, Fitzsimons, Foster, Radwan, Redondo Jiménez
 Amendment 3
for: Naïr, Poignant, Paasilinna, Prets
against: Gallagher, Fitzsimons, Foster, Radwan, Redondo Jiménez
 Amendment 15
for: Naïr, Prets
against: Foster
 Amendment 29
against: Prets, Hans-Peter Martin
 Report: Linkohr  A5-0297/2001
 Final vote
for: Radwan

END OF VOTING TIME

(The sitting was suspended at 13.25 and resumed at 15.00.)

IN THE CHAIR: Mr MARINHO


Vice-President

15. Arms exports (debate)

Mr Titley introduced his report, drawn up on behalf of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Human Rights,
Common Security and Defence Policy, on the Council’s Second Annual report according to Operative
Provision 8 of the European Union Code of Conduct on Arms Exports (13177/1/2000  C5-0111/2001
 2001/2050(COS)) (A5-0309/2001).

The following spoke: Johan Van Hecke, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, Wiersma, on behalf of the PSE
Group, McKenna, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, Marset Campos, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group,
Paisley, Non-attached Member, Carrilho, Maes, Morgantini, Fava, Elisabeth Schroedter, Korakas and Patten,
Member of the Commission.

The President closed the debate.

Vote: Minutes of 3 October 2001, Item 17.

IN THE CHAIR: Mrs FONTAINE


President

16. Political and humanitarian situation in Afghanistan (statement followed by


debate)

Mr Patten, Member of the Commission, made a statement on the political and humanitarian situation in
Afghanistan.
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The following spoke: Salafranca Sánchez-Neyra, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, Van den Berg, on behalf
of the PSE Group, Nicholson of Winterbourne, on behalf of the ELDR Group, Lagendijk, Frahm, Bonino,
Belder, Morillon, Sauquillo Pérez del Arco, Staes, Deva, Fernández Martín, Knolle, Tannock, Khanbhai and
Nielson, Member of the Commission.

The President closed the debate.

IN THE CHAIR: Mr PUERTA


Vice-President

17. Guidelines for the trans-European transport network (communication)

Mrs de Palacio, Vice-President of the Commission, made a statement on guidelines for the trans-European
transport network.

The following asked questions to which Mrs de Palacio replied in groups of three: Jarzembowski, Piecyk,
Bouwman, Ripoll y Martínez de Bedoya, Izquierdo Collado, Langenhagen, Varela Suanzes-Carpegna, Savary
and Rübig.

The President closed the item.

18. Question time (questions to the Commission)

Parliament examined a series of questions to the Commission (B5-0333/2001).

First part

Question 27 by Mr Medina Ortega: Illegal immigration into the European Union through Morocco
Mr Vitorino, Member of the Commission, answered the question and a supplementary by Mr Medina
Ortega.

Question 28 by Mr Dupuis: Release of Mr Albin Kurti and other Kosovars still being held hostage by the
Belgrade authorities
Mr Vitorino answered the question and a supplementary by Mr Dupuis.

Question 29 by Mr Sacrédeus: Trials in Kabul


Mr Vitorino answered the question and a supplementary by Mr Sacrédeus.

Second part

Question 30 by Mr Berenguer Fuster: Community trade-mark courts


Mr Bolkestein, Member of the Commission, answered the question and a supplementary by Mr Berenguer
Fuster.

Question 31 by Mr Alavanos: Letter of notification concerning implementation of Directive 89/48/EEC in


Greece
Question 32 by Mr Hatzidakis: Implementation of Directive 89/48/EEC in Greece
Mr Bolkestein answered the questions and supplementaries by Mr Alavanos and Mr Hatzidakis.

Question 33 by Mr Vatanen: Illegal car taxation in Finland


Mr Bolkestein answered the question and a supplementary by Mr Vatanen.

Question 34 by Mrs Van Lancker was not called as the subject was already on the agenda.

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