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C 72 E/240 Official Journal of the European Communities EN 21.3.

2002

Thursday 6 September 2001

20. Ombudsman: regulations and general conditions (vote)

Report: Almeida Garrett  A5-0240/2001


(Simple majority)

MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION:

Amendment rejected: 1 by RCV (ELDR)

The following spoke during the vote:


 Mr von Boetticher on amendment 1, Mr Duff in reply and the rapporteur on amendment 1.

Parliament adopted the resolution (Item 11 of ‘Texts Adopted’).

21. Petitions (2000/2001) (vote)

Report: Camisón Asensio  A5-0236/2001


(Simple majority)

MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION

Parliament adopted the resolution (Item 12 of ‘Texts Adopted’).


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The following spoke:


 Cox, who referred to the vote on the Nisticò report (A5-0272/2001) and in particular the remarks
made by Mr Tannock, and said that in his view Mr Tannock’s arguments were not entirely unfounded
and that it was possible that Parliament had voted in error. He therefore asked, on behalf of the ELDR
Group, the competent services to draft a note on the issue and to forward this to the political groups.
 Lynne, who complained that the no-smoking signs outside the Hemicycle were being disregarded.

Explanations of vote:

The following Members made oral explanations of vote:


 Report: Cappato  A5-0270/2001
Fatuzzo
 Report: Nisticò  A5-0272/2001
Fatuzzo
 Report: Jonathan Evans  A5-0229/2001
Fatuzzo, Konrad
 Report: Andria  A5-0269/2001
Fatuzzo
 Report: Lannoye  A5-0217/2001
Fatuzzo
 Report: Cederschiöld  A5-0284/2001
Fatuzzo, McKenna, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, (McKenna also on Report: Cappato A5-270/
2001)
 Report: Bösch  A5-0280/2001
Fatuzzo
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 Report: Almeida Garrett  A5-0240/2001


Fatuzzo
 Report: Camisón Asensio  A5-0236/2001
Fatuzzo

The following Members had recorded their intention to make written explanations of vote:
 Report: Cappato  A5-0270/2001
Meijer, Newton Dunn, Sacrédeus, Figueiredo
 Report: Ries  A5-0271/2001
Schörling
 Report: Nisticò  A5-0272/2001
Grossetête, Caudron, Raffaele Costa, Figueiredo, Laguiller, Bordes, Cauquil, Alavanos, Carlotti, Caveri
 Report: Jonathan Evans  A5-0229/2001
Blokland, Figueiredo
 Report: Andria  A5-0269/2001
Meijer
 Report: Lannoye  A5-0217/2001
Lulling, Grossetête, Villiers
 Joint resolution on climate change  B5-0539/2001
Meijer, Vachetta
 Report: Perry  A5-0245/2001
Dehousse
 Report: Almeida Garrett  A5-0240/2001
Sacrédeus, Laguiller, Bordes, Cauquil

Corrections to votes:

The following Members had intended to vote as follows:


 Report: Cappato  A5-0270/2001
 amendment 19
against: Flesch
 amendment 39
against: Harbour
 amendment 42
for: Gunilla Carlsson; Newton Dunn; Schierhuber; Pirker
against: Carlotti; Carnero González; McCarthy; Berès
 amendment 60
for: Désir
against: Schleicher
 Vote on the Commission proposal
against: Maaten; Korakas
abstentions: Villiers; Wuermeling; Cunha
 Report: Nisticò  A5-0272/2001
 amendment 1
for: Harbour
against: Hans-Peter Martin
 amendment 13 (2nd part)
against: Van Hulten; Flemming
 amendment 75 (2nd part)
for: Skinner
abstentions: Laguiller; Cauquil; Bordes
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 Report: Jonathan Evans  A5-0229/2001


 amendment 10
against: Purvis; Santer
 amendment 19
for: Schörling
 legislative resolution
against: Lipietz
 Report: Andria  A5-0269/2001
 Final vote
for: Pirker
 Report: Lannoye  A5-0217/2001
 amendment 18
for: Berthu
against: Korakas
 Joint resolution on climate change  B5-0539/2001
 paragraph 5
for: Roth-Behrendt

(The sitting was suspended at 13.22 and resumed at 15.00.)

END OF VOTING TIME

IN THE CHAIR: Mr ONESTA


Vice-President

TOPICAL AND URGENT DEBATE

The next item was the debate on topical and urgent subjects of major importance (for titles and authors of
motions for resolutions see Minutes of Tuesday 4 September 2001, Item 3).

22. Zimbabwe (debate)


The next item was the debate on seven motions for resolutions (B5-0549, 0554, 0571, 0581, 0582, 0583
and 0592/2001).

The following introduced the motions for resolutions: Belder, Mulder, Maes, Van Orden, Bordes and Kin-
nock.

The following spoke: Banotti, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, Khanbhai, Gahler, Parish, and Lamy,
Member of the Commission.

The President closed the debate.

Vote: Item 29.

23. Foot-and-mouth disease (debate)


The next item was the debate on eight motions for resolutions (B5-0548, 0553, 0555, 0563, 0573, 0580,
0584 and 0593/2001).

The following introduced the motions for resolutions: Van Dam, Martinez, Mulder, Sturdy, Lucas and
Adam.

The following spoke: Maat, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, Whitehead, on behalf of the PSE Group,
Graefe zu Baringdorf, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, Keppelhoff-Wiechert and Lamy, Member of the
Commission.

The President closed the debate.

Vote: Item 30.