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C 253 E/22 Official Journal of the European Union EN 13.10.

2005

Thursday 27 January 2005

Requests for split votes


ALDE, PPE-DE
§ 12
1st part: ‘Condemns all terrorist attacks and any acts of violence’
2nd part: ‘indiscriminate’
3rd part: ‘from both sides’
4th part: ‘demands that the armed Palestinian groups … an end to extrajudicial killings;’
§ 14
1st part: the whole text without the words ‘to halt the construction of the wall’
2nd part: those words

GUE/NGL
Am 2 (see also oral amendment to this amendment)
1st part: ‘Strongly encourages President Abbas … in order to achieve these goals’
2nd part: ‘calls on the Israeli authorities … of the UN Security Council’

Miscellaneous
Mr Wurtz moved the following oral amendment to Amendment 2:
8. Strongly encourages President Abbas to act upon his willingness to end violence (original text of § 8)
and welcomes the measures taken by President Abbas, as well as his willingness to reform and to
reinforce control over the Palestinian security corps and to fully engage in dialogue with all concerned
parties; believes that full political support by the USA and the EU, as well as active cooperation from
the Israelis, are essential in order to achieve these goals; calls on the Israeli authorities to accept and
implement the roadmap and the resolutions of the UN Security Council;

5. Holocaust, anti-Semitism and racism


Motions for resolution: B6-0069/2005, 0070/2005, 0073/2005, 0074/2005, 0076/2005, 0077/2005 and
0079/2005

RCV/EV —
Subject Amendment No Author RCV etc. Vote
remarks

Joint motion for a resolution RC6-0069/2005/rev.


(PPE-DE, PSE, ALDE, Verts/ALE, GUE/NGL and UEN)

§4 original text split

1 +

2 +

§ 5, indent 2 original text + oral amendment

recital A oral am PPE-DE (Sonik) + oral amendments

oral am PSE (Schulz) +

1 UEN Ô

oral am Landsbergis +

after recital B 2 UEN -

vote: resolution (as a whole) RCV + 617, 0, 10

motions for resolutions by political groups

B6-0069/2005 PSE Ô

B6-0070/2005 Verts/ALE Ô
13.10.2005 EN Official Journal of the European Union C 253 E/23

Thursday 27 January 2005

RCV/EV —
Subject Amendment No Author RCV etc. Vote
remarks

B6-0073/2005 ALDE Ô

B6-0074/2005 GUE/NGL Ô

B6-0076/2005 PPE-DE Ô

B6-0077/2005 UEN Ô

B6-0079/2005 IND/DEM Ô

Requests for roll-call votes

ALDE, PPE-DE, Verts/ALE: final vote

IND/DEM, UEN: am 1

Request for split votes

IND/DEM:

§4
1st part: the whole text without the words ‘cultural’ and ‘religious’
2nd part: those words

Miscellaneous

The PPE-DE Group (Mr Sonik) proposed the following oral amendment to recital A:
A. whereas 27 January 2005, the sixtieth anniversary of the liberation of Hitler's Nazi death camp at
Auschwitz-Birkenau, where a combined total of up to 1,5 million Jews, Roma, Poles, Russians and
prisoners of various other nationalities, and homosexuals,were murdered, is not only a major occasion
for European citizens to remember and condemn the enormous horror and tragedy of the Holocaust,
but also for addressing the disturbing rise in anti-Semitism, and especially anti-Semitic incidents, in
Europe, and for learning anew the wider lessons about the dangers of victimising people on the basis
of race, ethnic origin, religion, politics or sexual orientation,

The PPE-DE Group (Mr Sonik) moved the following oral amendment to paragraph 5, indent 2:
— reinforcing Holocaust education through the use of all the Holocaust memorial institutions, especially
the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum (Muzeum Państwowe Auschwitz-Birkenau w Oświęcimiu) and the
Berlin Holocaust information centre (Stiftung Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas) as European
resources, making Holocaust education and European citizenship standard elements in school curricula
throughout the EU, and setting the current fight against racism, xenophobia and anti-Semitism against
the background of the Shoah (Holocaust),

The PSE Group (Mr Schulz) moved the following oral amendment to Recital A:
A. whereas 27 January 2005, the sixtieth anniversary of the liberation of Nazi Germany's death camp at
Auschwitz-Birkenau, where hundreds of thousands of Jews, Roma, homosexuals, Poles and other
prisoners of various nationalities were murdered, is not only a major occasion for European citizens
to remember and condemn the enormous horror and tragedy of the Holocaust, but also for addressing
the disturbing rise in anti-Semitism, and especially anti-Semitic incidents, in Europe, and for learning
anew the wider lessons about the dangers of victimising people on the basis of race, ethnic origin,
religion, politics or sexual orientation,

Mr Landsbergis moved the following oral amendment to Recital A:


A. whereas 27 January 2005, the sixtieth anniversary of the liberation of Hitler's Nazi death camp at
Auschwitz-Birkenau, where hundreds of thousands of Jews, Roma, homosexuals, Poles and other
prisoners of various nationalities were murdered, is not only a major occasion for European citizens
to remember and condemn the enormous horror and tragedy of the Holocaust, but also for addressing
the disturbing rise in anti-Semitism, and especially anti-Semitic incidents, in Europe, and for learning
anew the wider lessons about the dangers of victimising people on the basis of race, ethnic origin,
religion, social classification, politics or sexual orientation,