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5. Topical and urgent debate (motions for resolutions tabled)

The President had received from the following Members or political groups requests for the inclusion in
the debate on topical and urgent subjects of major importance of motions for resolutions pursuant to
Rule 50:

I. UNITED NATIONS HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION AND THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
 Dupuis, Pannella, Bonino, Turco, Dell’Alba, Cappato and Della Vedova, on behalf of the TDI
Group, on the EU’s position towards the UN Human Rights Commission (B5-0268/2001);
 Frassoni, Wuori, Boumediene-Thiery, Lambert, Rod, Flautre and Maes, on behalf of the Verts/ALE
Group, on the 57th session of the UN Human Rights Commission (HRC) of 19 March to 27 April
2001 in Geneva (B5-0269/2001);
 Frahm, Sjöstedt, Markov and Meijer, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, on the UN Human Rights
Commission and the People’s Republic of China (B5-0277/2001);
 McMillan-Scott, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, on the human rights situation in the People’s
Republic of China (B5-0285/2001);
 Haarder, on behalf of the ELDR Group, on the human rights situation in the People’s Republic of
China (B5-0294/2001);

II. KYOTO CONFERENCE OBJECTIVES


 Roth-Behrendt, on behalf of the PSE Group, on the Kyoto Conference objectives (B5-0267/2001);
 Hautala, Lannoye, Maes, de Roo and Turmes, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on respecting the
Kyoto Conference objectives (B5-0270/2001);
 Wurtz, Sjöstedt, Papayannakis, Fiebiger, González Álvarez, Figueiredo and Alyssandrakis, on
behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, on respecting the Kyoto Conference objectives (B5-0278/2001);
 Moreira Da Silva and García-Orcoyen Tormo and Doyle, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, on
climate change (B5-0287/2001);
 Muscardini, on behalf of the UEN Group, on respecting the Kyoto Conference objectives
(B5-0291/2001);
 Davies, Paulsen and Olsson, on behalf of the ELDR Group, on climate change (B5-0295/2001);

III. HUMAN RIGHTS

Abduction of Mr Tsiakourmas in Cyprus


 Katiforis, on behalf of the PSE Group, on the abduction of a Greek Cypriot in Cyprus (B5-0266/
2001);
 Frassoni and Cohn-Bendit, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on the case of Panicos Tsiakourmas
(Cyprus) (B5-0271/2001);
 Wurtz, Papayannakis, Puerta, Alyssandrakis, Frahm, Cossutta, Seppänen and Alavanos, on behalf
of the GUE/NGL Group, on the abduction of a Greek Cypriot in Cyprus (B5-0279/2001);
 Zacharakis, Oostlander, Trakatellis and Marinos, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, on the abduction
of a Greek Cypriot in Cyprus (B5-0286/2001);
 Davies, on behalf of the ELDR Group, on the abduction and detention of Panicos Tsiakourmas in
the occupied area of Cyprus (B5-0296/2001);

Violence towards Catholic nuns


 Karamanou, Napoletano, Ghilardotti, Paciotti, on behalf of the PSE Group, on violence towards
nuns (B5-0261/2001);
 Sörensen, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on violence towards Catholic nuns (B5-0272/2001);
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 Morgantini, Fraisse, González Álvarez and Eriksson, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, on viol-
ence towards Catholic nuns (B5-0280/2001);
 Plooij-van Gorsel, Malmström and Van der Laan, on behalf of the ELDR Group, on violence
towards Catholic nuns (B5-0298/2001);

Pakistan
 Fruteau and Erika Mann, on behalf of the PSE Group, on the mass arrest of political leaders in
Pakistan (B5-0265/2001);
 Rod and Maes, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on the human rights situation in Pakistan
(B5-0273/2001);
 Cossutta, Alyssandrakis and Alavanos, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, on human rights viol-
ations in Pakistan (B5-0281/2001);
 Martens, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, on arrests in Pakistan (B5-0288/2001);
 Van den Bos, on behalf of the ELDR Group, on the human rights situation in Pakistan (B5-0299/
2001);
 Dupuis, Bonino, Turco, Pannella, Cappato, Dell’Alba and Della Vedova, on behalf of the TDI
Group, on Pakistan (B5-0302/2001);

Rights of homosexuals in Namibia


 Swiebel, Carnero González and Van den Berg, on behalf of the PSE Group, on threats and intimi-
dation of gay men and lesbian women in Namibia (B5-0264/2001);
 Lagendijk, Lucas and Boumediene-Thiery, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group on threats and
intimidation of gay men and lesbian women in Namibia (B5-0274/2001);
 Vinci, Eriksson and Frahm, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, on the plight of homosexuals in
Namibia (B5-0282/2001);
 Van der Laan and Dybkjær, on behalf of the ELDR Group, on the plight of homosexuals in
Namibia (B5-0300/2001);

IV. SITUATION IN MEXICO


 Seguro, on behalf of the PSE Group, on the situation in Mexico (B5-0262/2001);
 Knörr Borràs, Lipietz, Lucas, Nogueira Román and Frassoni, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on
the situation in Mexico and the dialogue between the EZLN and the Government (B5-0275/
2001);
 Marset Campos, Di Lello Finuoli, González Álvarez, Manisco, Miranda, Boudjenah, Herman
Schmid, Seppänen and Alavanos, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, on the adoption in Mexico
of a law on the rights of indigenous peoples, and the situation in Chiapas (B5-0283/2001);
 Salafranca Sánchez-Neyra, García-Margallo y Marfil and Van Velzen, on behalf of the PPE-DE
Group, on the political situation in Mexico and the adoption of a law on the rights of indigenous
peoples (B5-0289/2001);
 Gasòliba i Böhm, Marieke Sanders-ten Holte and Sánchez García, on behalf of the ELDR Group,
on the situation in Mexico (B5-0297/2001);

V. SITUATION IN SOMALIA AND ATTACK AGAINST ‘MÉDECINS SANS FRONTIÈRES’


 Napoletano, Ghilardotti and Imbeni, on behalf of the PSE Group, on the situation in Somalia and
the attack against ‘Médecins sans frontières’ (B5-0263/2001);
 Maes and Lucas, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on hostage taking in Somalia (B5-0276/
2001);
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 Vinci and Morgantini, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, on the situation in Somalia and the
attack on the ‘Médecins sans frontières’ compound (B5-0284/2001);
 Van Hecke, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, on the situation in Somalia and the kidnapping of
humanitarian aid workers (B5-0290/2001);
 Muscardini, on behalf of the UEN Group, on the situation in Somalia and the attack against
‘Médecins sans frontières’ (B5-0292/2001);
 Van den Bos, on behalf of the ELDR Group, on the situation in Somalia and the attack on the
‘Médecins sans frontières’ compound (B5-0301/2001);

Speaking time would be allocated pursuant to Rule 120, in accordance with the number of motions for
resolutions scheduled for the topical and urgent debate, i.e. 60 minutes for Members.

6. 2002 budget guidelines: Section III  2002 budget guidelines: other sections/
Preliminary draft estimates  Adjustment of financial perspective (debate)

The next item was the joint debate on three reports drawn up on behalf of the Committee on Budgets.

Mr Costa Neves introduced his report on budget guidelines for 2002: Section III  Commission
(2000/2324(BUD)) (A5-0102/2001).

Mrs Buitenweg introduced her report on budget guidelines for 2002 and Preliminary draft estimates (Sec-
tion I): Section I  European Parliament, Section II  Council, Section IV  Court of Justice, Section V 
Court of Auditors, Section VI  Economic and Social Committee, Section VII  Committee of the
Regions, Section VIII  Ombudsman (2000/2325(BUD)) (A5-0103/2001).

Mr Colom i Naval introduced his report on the proposal for a European Parliament and Council decision
on the adjustment of the financial perspective to the implementing conditions (submitted by the Commis-
sion to the European Parliament and the Council in accordance with paragraphs 16 to 18 of the Initial
Council Interinstitutional Agreement of 6 May 1999) (COM(2001) 149  C5-0117/2001  2001/
0075(ACI)) (A5-0110/2001).

The following spoke: Deva, deputising for Mr Wijkman, draftsman of the opinion of the DEVE Committee,
Pronk, draftsman of the opinion of the EMPL Committee, Deprez, draftsman of the opinion of the LIBE
Committee, Salafranca Sánchez-Neyra, draftsman of the opinion of the AFET Committee, Messner, drafts-
man of the opinion of the RETT Committee, Görlach, draftsman of the opinion of the AGRI Committee,
Kuckelkorn, draftsman of the opinion of the ECON Committee, Gill, draftsman of the opinion of the ITRE
Committee, Perry, draftsman of the opinion of the PETI Committee, Ferber, on behalf of the PPE-DE
Group, Walter, on behalf of the PSE Group, Virrankoski, on behalf of the ELDR Group, Rühle, on behalf
of the Verts/ALE Group, Wurtz, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, Turchi, on behalf of the UEN Group,
Van Dam, on behalf of the EDD Group, Elles, Terence Wynn, Jensen, Caullery, Ilgenfritz and Garriga
Polledo.

IN THE CHAIR: Mr PUERTA


Vice-President

The following spoke: Gill, Hyland, McCartin, Stenmarck, Naranjo Escobar, Maat, Rübig, Dover, Bowe,
draftsman of the opinion of the ENVI Committee, and Schreyer, Member of the Commission.

The President closed the debate.

Vote: Items 18, 19 and 14.

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