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1999 EN Official Journal of the European Communities C 128/15

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Separate votes: ams 21, 25, 27, 28, 43, 44 (UPE) 10. Defence-related industries (vote)
Titley report − A4-0482/98
Parliament approved the Commission proposal as amended (Simple majority)
(Part II, Item 4).

MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION


DRAFT LEGISLATIVE RESOLUTION:

Parliament adopted the legislative resolution (Part II, Item 4). Amendments adopted: 1 by EV (181 for, 121 against, 11 ab-
stentions); 2; 4 by EV (173 for, 134 against, 16 abstentions); 5
by EV (155 for, 136 against, 16 abstentions)

8. Protection of families and children (vote) Amendments rejected: 6; 7; 8 by RCV (V); 3; 9 by RCV (V);
Hermange report − A4-0004/99 10; 11
(Simple majority)
The different parts of the text were adopted in order.

MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION


The following spoke during the vote:
Amendments rejected: 1; 8; 3; 9; 5; 10; 6; 4; 7; 2
− The President pointed out a mistake in am. 2 which should
The different parts of the text were adopted in order (recital K read ‘17 December’, not ‘7 December’;
by RCV (ELDR), recital O by RCV (ELDR), para. 5 by RCV
(PPE), para. 10 by RCV (ELDR), para. 15 by RCV (ELDR), − Mr Titley on am. 4.
para. 22 by RCV (ELDR)).
Separate votes: recital D (ELDR); F, para. 14, 15, 16, 21, 24,
Separate votes: recital L, paras 5, 7, 8, 13, 19 (ELDR) 25, 28, 29, 30, 31 (V)

Split votes: Split votes:


recital N (ELDR)
para. 19 (V)
1st part: text without the word ‘enormous’
2nd part: that word 1st part: text without the words ‘in particular in the context ...
14 May 1998’
para. 6 (ELDR) 2nd part: these words

1st part: up to ‘well-being of children’ para. 26 (ELDR, V)


2nd part: remainder
1st part: up to ‘defence-related industries’
Parliament adopted the resolution by RCV (GUE/NGL), 2nd part: up to ‘security and defence identity’
(Part II, Item 5). 3rd part: remainder

Parliament adopted the resolution by RCV (GUE/NGL, I-


EDN) (Part II, Item 7).
9. Fish discards (vote)
Hardstaff report − A4-0403/98
(Simple majority)
11. Environment, security and foreign affairs
(vote)
MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION Theorin report − A4-0005/99
(Simple majority)
Amendments adopted: 10; 3; 4 by EV (173 for, 110 against,
5 abstentions); 7; 8 by EV (176 for, 138 against, 8 abstentions)

Amendments rejected: 1; 2 by RCV (I-EDN); 9 by EV (133 for, MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION


151 against, 2 abstentions); 5 by RCV (I-EDN); 6 by RCV
(I-EDN) Amendments adopted: 4 by EV (137 for, 113 against, 11 ab-
stentions); 5; 6 (1st part); 7; 8 (1st part); 9 by EV (148 for, 101
The different parts of the text were adopted in order. against, 7 abstentions); 10 (1st part) by EV (139 for, 121
against, 4 abstentions); 11 (1st part); 11 (2nd part) by EV (132
for, 113 against, 6 abstentions); 11 (3rd part); 2; 3 by RCV (V);
The following spoke during the vote: 12 (1st part) by EV (157 for, 95 against, 7 abstentions); 12 (2nd
part); 13 by EV (133 for, 124 against, 1 abstention)
− Mr Baldarelli on the conduct of the vote.
Amendments rejected: 1 by RCV (V); 14; 15; 16; 17 by EV
Separate votes: paras 7, 8, 10 (ARE) (125 for, 129 against, 9 abstentions); 6 (2nd part); 8 (2nd part);
19; 18 by EV (31 for, 222 against, 1 abstention); 10 (2nd part)
Parliament adopted the resolution (Part II, Item 6). by EV (132 for, 136 against, 3 abstentions); 20
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The different parts of the text were adopted in order, the para. 27 (PPE)
following parts by EV: recital J (157 for, 81 against, 5 absten-
1st part: up to ‘realisation of trials’
tions), recital P (145 for, 110 against, 10 abstentions), recital S
2nd part: remainder
(247 for, 14 against, 8 abstentions); para. 2 (141 for, 100
against, 9 abstentions); para. 9(c) (1st part) (126 for, 125
against, 6 abstentions); para. 27 (2nd part) (194 for, 57 against, am. 12 (V)
5 abstentions); para. 34 (160 for, 84 against, 5 abstentions) 1st part: text without the words ‘to the Council and to the
Commission’
The following parts were rejected: recital E (2nd part); recital I 2nd part: these words
by EV (55 for, 208 against, 5 abstentions); recital L; recital R
(2nd part) by EV (128 for, 143 against, 5 abstentions); recital Parliament adopted the resolution by EV (127 for, 21 against,
U; para. 9(a) by EV (108 for, 130 against, 9 abstentions); 115 abstentions) (Part II, Item 8).
para. 9(b) by EV (112 for, 128 against, 14 abstentions);
para. 9(c) (2nd part); para. 14 by EV (112 for, 137 against, 3
abstentions); para. 18 by EV (36 for, 201 against, 10 absten- *
tions); para. 21 * *

Mrs Oomen-Ruijten asked that in view of the time voting


should stop at that point.
The following spoke during the vote:
The following spoke on this request: Mr McMillan-Scott who
− the rapporteur proposed that am. 17 by the V Group be asked that the following report on the agenda be put to the vote,
considered an addition and inserted before recital V; i.e. the Bernard-Reymond report (A4-0479/98) and Mrs Fon-
taine who supported this proposal.
Separate votes: recitals I, J, L, P, Q, U (PPE); para. 1 (I-EDN);
2 (PPE); 3 (V); 9, introduction, 9(a), 9(b), 9(c) (PPE); 9(d) (V); The President put Mrs Oomen-Ruijten’s request to Parliament
9(e) to (g), 12, 14 (PPE, I-EDN); 17, 18, 21 (PPE); 23, 24 (V); which approved it.
34 (PPE)
Voting was thus suspended.

Split votes: The President announced that any texts not yet put to the vote
would be voted on during the next part-session (see sitting of 9
recital E (PPE) February 1999).
1st part: up to ‘scene changes’
2nd part: remainder Mr Dell’Alba spoke on the remarks by Mr McMillan-Scott.

recital R (PPE) *
* *
1st part: up to ‘environmental strategies’
2nd part: remainder
Explanations of vote were made by the following Members:
am. 6 (PSE, V)
1st part: text without the words ‘in the framework of the United Mulder report − A4-0444/98
Nations’
− orally: Friedrich
2nd part: these words
− in writing: Gallagher; Eriksson, Sjöstedt, Svensson; Vir-
am. 8 (PSE) gin, Burenstam Linder, Stenmark, Carlsson; Lindqvist; Sand-
berg-Fries, Wibe, Lööw, Andersson, Theorin; Titley; Trizza;
1st part: text without the words ‘in the framework of the United Ephremidis; Novo; Cars; des Places; Blak, Iversen, Kirsten M.
Nations’ Jensen, Sindal; Dybkjær
2nd part: these words
Graefe zu Baringdorf report − A4-0480/98
para. 9(c) (I-EDN)
− in writing: Sandberg-Fries, Wibe, Lööw, Andersson, The-
1st part: text without the words ‘or of the EU’ orin; Barros Moura, Campos, Lage, Torres Marques, Moniz,
2nd part: these words Correia, Damião; Blak, Iversen, Kirsten M. Jensen, Sindal

am. 10 (ELDR) Garot report − A4-0494/98


1st part: text without the words ‘a centre for’ − in writing: Guinebertière, on behalf of the UPE Group;
2nd part: these words Sandberg-Fries, Wibe, Lööw, Andersson, Theorin; Souchet;
Blak, Iversen, Kirsten M. Jensen, Sindal; Van Dam
am. 11 (ELDR, PPE)
Goepel report − A4-0446/98
1st part: up to ‘civil use’ without the words ‘to apply ...
activities and’ − in writing: Guinebertière, on behalf of the UPE Group;
2nd part: these words Sandberg-Fries, Wibe, Lööw, Andersson, Theorin; Blak, Ivers-
3rd part: the remainder en, Kirsten M. Jensen, Sindal
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Fantuzzi report − A4-0496/98 − Mr Burenstam Linder had voted from Mr Rack’s seat on
the Graefe zu Baringdorf report − A4-0480/98, up to
− in writing: Sandberg-Fries, Wibe, Lööw, Andersson, The-
am. 25
orin; Souchet; Blak, Iversen, Kirsten M. Jensen, Sindal
− Mrs Kestelijn-Sierens on the Graefe zu Baringdorf report
Liese recommandation for 2nd reading − A4-0012/99 − A4-0480/98:
− in writing: Lööw, Andersson, Wibe, Theorin, Sandberg- − Against: am. 44
Fries; Souchet
− Mr Rübig on the Graefe zu Baringdorf report − A4-
0480/98:
Kindermann report − A4-0481/98
− Against: am. 27
− orally: Guinebertière, on behalf of the UPE Group;
Iversen; Elliot − Mr Sonneveld
on the Mulder report − A4-0444/98:
− in writing: Sandberg-Fries, Andersson, Lööw, Wibe, The- − Against: am. 39 and 45
orin; Titley; Blak, Iversen, Kirsten M. Jensen, Sindal on the Fantuzzi report − A4-0496/98:
− For: am. 7
Hermange report − A4-0004/99
− Mr Caccavale on the Mulder report − A4-0444/98:
− in writing: Hermange, on behalf of the UPE Group;
− For: am. 47, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 52, 38
Eriksson, Sjöstedt, Svensson; Lindqvist; Bébéar; Bonde, Kra-
− Against: 40, 3, 6, 45, 14
rup, Sandbæk; Theonas; Deprez; Cars; Holm; Buffetaut
− Mr Bertens on the Mulder report − A4-0444/98:
Hardstaff report − A4-0403/98 − For: am. 6
− in writing: Souchet, on behalf of the I-EDN Group
− Mrs Carlsson
Titley report − A4-0482/98 on the Goepel report − A4-0446/98:
− Against: am. 49
− in writing: Lindqvist; McKenna; Theorin, Lööw, Wibe, on the Fantuzzi report − A4-0496/98:
Andersson; Krarup, Bonde, Sandbæk; Deprez − absention in the final vote
on the Hermange report − A4-0004/99:
Theorin report − A4-0005/99 − For: recital K, recital O
− Against: para. 15
− in writing: Krarup; Sandbæk, Bonde; Bertens; McKenna;
Dybkjær; Cars − Mrs Klaß on the Graefe zu Baringdorf report − A4-
0480/98:
* − Against: am. 50
* *
− Mr Ribeiro on the Fantuzzi report − A4-0496/98:
− Against: am. 5
Corrections to votes − Members present but not voting − Mrs Elmalan on the Fantuzzi report − A4-0496/98:
− Against: am. 5
The following Members had informed the Chair in writing that,
although present during the vote, they had not taken part in − Mrs Roth-Behrendt on the Fantuzzi report − A4-0496/98:
some or all of the votes: Féret (Agenda 2000), Blak (Garot − For: am. 80
report), Sierra González, Imbeni (Mulder, Graefe zu Baring-
dorf and Garot reports), Kittelmann (Mulder report), McMil- − Mr Azzolini on the Fantuzzi report − A4-0496/98:
lan-Scott, Glase (Mulder, Goepel reports). − For: am. 9
− Against: am. 66
The Members listed below had intended to vote as follows:
− Mr Philippe-Armand Martin on the Fantuzzi report −
− Mr Killilea on the Mulder report − A4-0444/98: A4-0496/98:
− For: am. 33, 34, 35, 36, 52, 38, 39, 43; proposal for − Against: proposal for a Regulation
regulation as amended
− Against: 3, 6, 45, 14, 16, 46, 53 − Mr Kaklamanis on the Mulder report − A4-0444/98:
− Against: am. 6
− Mr Posselt on the Mulder report − A4-0444/98:
− For: am. 46 − Mrs Dybkjær
− Mrs Schleicher on the Mulder report − A4-0444/98: on the Graefe zu Baringdorf report − A4-0480/98:
− For: am. 40 − For: am. 15
on the Goepel report − A4-0446/98:
− Mrs Hardstaff on the Mulder report − A4-0444/98: − Against: legislative resolution
− Against: am. 36 on the Kindermann report − A4-0481/98:
− For: am. 67
− Mr Friedrich on the Mulder report − A4-0444/98:
on the Hermange report − A4-0004/99
− For: am. 45
− For: para. 10
− Mrs Lindholm on the Graefe zu Baringdorf report − − Against: para. 15
A4-0480/98: on the Theorin report − A4-0005/99:
− Against: am. 12 − Against: am. 3
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− Mr Cushnahan 12. Membership of Parliament


on the Hermange report − A4-0004/99:
− For: recital O
on the Garot report − A4-0494/98 The President announced that Mrs Dı́ez de Rivera Icaza had
− For: am. 26, para. 1; am. 26, para. 3; am. 26, para. 4 informed him in writing of her resignation as Member of
− Against: am. 26, para. 2 Parliament with effect from 1 February 1999.

− Mrs Flemming on the Garot report − A4-0494/98 In accordance with Rule 8 and Article 12(2), second subpara-
− Against: am. 6 graph of the Act concerning the election of representatives to
the European Parliament, Parliament established that there was
− Mr Ebner on the Garot report − A4-0494/98: a vacancy; the Member State would be informed accordingly.
− Against: am. 22

− Mrs Fontaine
on the Mulder report − A4-0444/98
− For: ams 33, 36, 52, 39 13. Common positions of the Council
− Against: ams 3, 6, Commission proposal
on the Garot report − A4-0494/98
− For: am. 6 Pursuant to Rule 64(1), the President announced that had
− Against: ams 61; 26, para. 1; 22, 26, para. 2; 26, received from the Council, in accordance with Articles 189b
para. 3 and 189c of the EC Treaty, the following common positions,
on the Fantuzzi report − A4-0496/98 together with the reasons which had led to their adoption, and
− For: am. 2 the Commission’s positions:
− Against: am. 9
− Common position adopted by the Council with a view to
− Mr Anastassopoulos on the Kindermann report − A4- adopting a Council Directive amending for the second time
0481/98: Directive 90/394/EEC on the protection of workers from the
− Against: am. 54 risks related to exposure to carcinogens at work and extending
it to mutagens (C4-0002/99 − 98/0093(SYN))
− Mr Souchet on the Kindermann report − A4-0481/98:
− Against: am. 62 referred to
responsible: ESOC
− Mr Perry on the Kindermann report − A4-0481/98:
(forwarded to committees asked for opinions at first reading:
− For: ams 57, 66, 50
ENVI)
− Mr Wibe on the Titley report − A4-0482/98: legal basis: Art. 118a EC
− Against: resolution
− Common position adopted by the Council with a view to
− Mrs Banotti on the Titley report − A4-0482/98:
adopting a Council Directive on minimum requirements for
− Against: resolution
improving the safety and health protection of workers poten-
tially at risk from explosive atmospheres (15th individual
− Mr Andersson on the Titley report − A4-0482/98: Directive within the meaning of Article 16(1) of Directive
− For: am. 9 89/391/EEC) (C4-0003/99 − 95/0235(SYN))
− Mrs Kinnock on the Titley report − A4-0482/98: referred to
− For: resolution responsible: ESOC
(forwarded to committees asked for opinions at first reading:
The following Members announced during the vote that they BUDG, ECON)
had intended to vote as follows: legal basis: Art. 118a EC
− on the Mulder report − A4-0444/98:
− Against: am. 40: Mrs Maes, am. 36: Mrs Hardstaff − Common position adopted by the Council with a view to
− For: proposal for a regulation: Mrs Baldi adopting a Council Directive on the charging of heavy goods
vehicles for the use of certain infrastructures (C4-0037/99 −
− on the Graefe zu Baringdorf report − A4-0480/98: 96/0182(SYN))
− For: am. 17: Mr Pompidou referred to
− Against: am. 44: Mr Killilea, Mr Gollnisch responsible: TRAN
− on the Fantuzzi report − A4-0496/98: (forwarded to committees asked for opinions at first reading:
− For: am. 51: Mr Cunha ECON, ENVI)
legal basis: Art. 75(1) EC
The three-month period available to Parliament to deliver its
opinion would therefore begin the following day, 29 January
END OF VOTING TIME 1999.