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9. 4.

1999 EN Official Journal of the European Communities C 98/199

Thursday 17 December 1998

Split votes: Amendments adopted: 9; 20 by EV (224 for, 172 against,


15 abstentions); 8; 21; 1; 7;
am. 31 (GUE/NGL):
Amendments rejected: 17 by EV (154 for, 249 against, 8
1st part: up to ‘uses’
abstentions); 3 by RCV; 4 by RCV; 5 by RCV; 6 by RCV; 18
2nd part: remainder
by EV (177 for, 233 against, 13 abstentions); 23; 24 by EV (117
for, 292 against, 10 abstentions); 14 by EV (170 for, 228
against, 6 abstentions); 15; 2; 10 by RCV; 19 by EV (178 for,
Results of RCVs: 224 against, 14 abstentions); 16; 11 by RCV; 22; 12; 13 by
RCV
am. 27 (V):
Members voting: 408 The different parts of the text were adopted in order, paras 1 by
For: 96 EV (216 for, 165 against, 18 abstentions), 4 by EV (237 for,
Against: 302 177 against, 2 abstentions) and 9 by EV (202 for, 170 against,
Abstentions: 10 40 abstentions).

am. 32 (PPE, V):


Members voting: 410 The following spoke during the vote:
For: 294
Against: 111 − before the vote on am. 13, Mr Fabre-Aubrespy pointed out
Abstentions: 5 that the amendment in fact concerned para. 44, not para. 41 and
called for the amendment to be put to the vote before para. 44
am. 33 (PPE, V): (the President accepted this request).
Members voting: 422
For: 288 Separate votes: paras 4, 6, 9 (PSE)
Against: 127
Abstentions: 7
Split votes:
am. 28 (GUE/NGL, V):
Members voting: 426 para. 12 (UPE):
For: 98 1st part: text without the words ‘regrets the role... compe-
Against: 315 tences’
Abstentions: 13 2nd part: these words

am. 29 (V):
Members voting: 431 Results of RCVs:
For: 101
Against: 320 am. 3 (ELDR):
Abstentions: 10 Members voting: 431
For: 88
Parliament approved the Commission proposal as amended Against: 329
(Part II, Item 8). Abstentions: 14

am. 4 (ELDR):
DRAFT LEGISLATIVE RESOLUTION: Members voting: 422
For: 41
Parliament adopted the legislative resolution (Part II, Item 8). Against: 358
Abstentions: 23

am. 5 (ELDR):
15. European Council meeting of 11-12 Decem- Members voting: 405
ber 1998 in Vienna (vote) For: 47
Motions for resolutions B4-1097, 1098, 1099, 1110, 1111 Against: 352
and 1113/98 Abstentions: 4
(Simple majority)
am. 6 (ELDR):
Members voting: 424
MOTIONS FOR RESOLUTIONS B4-1097, 1110 and 1111/98: For: 75
Against: 347
− joint motion for a resolution tabled by the following Abstentions: 2
Members:
Green, Medina Ortega, on behalf of the PSE Group am. 10 (I-EDN):
Martens, Oomen-Ruijten, Stenzel, on behalf of the PPE Members voting: 426
Group For: 52
Lalumière, on behalf of the ARE Group Against: 359
to replace these motions with a new text: Abstentions: 15
C 98/200 EN Official Journal of the European Communities 9. 4. 1999

Thursday 17 December 1998

am. 11 (I-EDN): The following spoke during the vote:


Members voting: 436
For: 51 − The President announced that the V Group had asked for
Against: 381 am. 6 tabled by the ELDR Group to be taken as an addition;
Abstentions: 4 however, Mr Bertens, who had tabled the amendment on
behalf of the ELDR Group, refused.
am. 13 (I-EDN):
Members voting: 427
For: 28 Results of RCVs:
Against: 376
Abstentions: 23 am. 2 (I-EDN):
Members voting: 407
Parliament rejected the motion for a resolution by EV (203 for, For: 45
224 against, 10 abstentions). Against: 354
Abstentions: 8
MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION B4-1097/98:
Parliament adopted the resolution (Part II, Item 9(a)).
Parliament rejected the motion for a resolution.

(b) A4-0410/98
MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION B4-1098/98:
MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION
Parliament rejected the motion for a resolution.
Amendments adopted: 1 by EV (192 for, 182 against, 7 absten-
tions); 2; 4 (1st part) by RCV; 5; 6; 7; 8 by EV (309 for, 91
MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION B4-1099/98:
against, 3 abstentions); 9 (as an addition); 10; 11
Parliament rejected the motion for a resolution.
Amendments rejected: 3 (1st part); 3 (2nd part); 4 (2nd part) by
RCV
MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION B4-1110/98:
The different parts of the text were adopted in order.
Parliament rejected the motion for a resolution by EV (150 for,
275 against, 3 abstentions).
The following spoke during the vote:
MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION B4-1111/98:
− after the vote on para. 5, Mr Barros Moura, rapporteur,
Parliament rejected the motion for a resolution. proposed an oral amendment adding a new para. 5a: ‘5a. Calls
for an international effort to bring about a ‘millenium amnesty’
for all those unjustly imprisoned and particularly for non-
MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION B4-1112/98: violent political prisoners’.

Parliament rejected the motion for a resolution. The President established that there was no opposition to this
oral amendment;
MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION B4-1113/98: − before the vote on am. 5, Mr Barros Moura, rapporteur,
explained his position on that amendment;
Parliament rejected the motion for a resolution.
− before the vote on am. 8, the President pointed out that the
PSE Group had asked for the amendment to be taken as an
16. External dimension of human rights policy − addition; however, Mr Bertens, who had tabled the amendment
European Union policy in the field of human on behalf of the ELDR Group, refused.
rights (vote) − before the vote on am. 9, the President pointed out that the
Reports by Mr Roubatis − A4-0409/98 and Mr Barros V Group had asked for the amendment to be taken as an
Moura − A4-0410/98 addition; Mr Bertens, who had tabled the amendment on behalf
(Simple majority) of the ELDR Group, agreed.

(a) A4-0409/98 Separate votes: paras 66, 79, 93 (PPE)

MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION


Split votes:
Amendments adopted: 3; 1; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9
am. 3 (V):
Amendment rejected: 2 by RCV
1st part: up to ‘fundamental’
The different parts of the text were adopted in order. 2nd part: remainder