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Document C2021/479/05

Minutes of the sitting of 23 October 2020

OJ C 479, 26.11.2021, p. 1990–2227 (BG, ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, HR, IT, LV, LT, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, FI, SV)

26.11.2021   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

C 479/1990


23 October 2020
MINUTES OF THE SITTING OF 23 OCTOBER 2020

(2021/C 479/05)

Contents

1.

Opening of the sitting 1997

2.

Amendment of the agenda 1997

3.

Announcement of voting results 1997

4.

Resumption of the sitting 1998

5.

First voting session 1998

6.

Resumption of the sitting 1998

7.

Announcement of voting results 1999

8.

Resumption of the sitting 1999

9.

Second voting session 1999

10.

Resumption of the sitting 2000

11.

Announcement of voting results 2000

12.

Explanations of vote 2001

13.

Corrections to votes and voting intentions 2001

14.

Approval of the minutes of the part-session and forwarding of texts adopted 2002

15.

Dates of forthcoming sittings 2002

16.

Closure of the sitting 2002

17.

Adjournment of the session 2002
ATTENDANCE REGISTER 2003

ANNEX I

RESULT OF VOTES (Sittings of 19 to 23 October 2020) 2004

1.

Amending Regulation (EU) No 168/2013 as regards specific measures on L-category end-of-series vehicles in response to the COVID-19 pandemic ***I 2004

2.

Mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund — EGF/2020/001 ES/Galicia shipbuilding ancillary sectors — Spain 2005

3.

Discharge 2018: General budget of the EU — European Economic and Social Committee 2005

4.

Discharge 2018: General budget of the EU — European Council and Council 2005

5.

Digital Services Act: Improving the functioning of the Single Market 2005

6.

Digital Services Act: Adapting commercial and civil law rules for commercial entities operating online 2009

7.

Digital Services Act and fundamental rights issues posed 2010

8.

Framework of ethical aspects of artificial intelligence, robotics and related technologies 2010

9.

Civil liability regime for artificial intelligence 2011

10.

Intellectual property rights for the development of artificial intelligence technologies 2011

11.

Recommendation to the Council and the VP/HR concerning the implementation and governance of Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO) 2012

12.

Report on the implementation of the EU Association Agreement with the Republic of Moldova 2016

13.

Recommendation to the Council, the Commission and the VPC/HR on relations with Belarus 2017

14.

Recommendation to the VPC/HR and to the Council in preparation of the 10th Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Treaty (NPT) review process, nuclear arms control and nuclear disarmament options 2018

15.

The future of European education in the context of COVID-19 2021

16.

Obligations of the Commission in the field of visa reciprocity in accordance with Article 7 of Regulation (EU) 2018/1806 2022

17.

Economic policies of the euro area 2020 2023

18.

Employment and social policies of the euro area 2020 2024

19.

Deforestation 2027

20.

Gender Equality in EU's foreign and security policy 2032

21.

Common Agricultural Policy — support for strategic plans to be drawn up by Member States and financed by the EAGF and by the EAFRD ***I 2036

22.

Common Agricultural Policy: Financing, management and monitoring ***I 2074

23.

Common Agricultural Policy — amendment of the CMO and other Regulations ***I 2078

ANNEX II

RESULT OF ROLL-CALL VOTES 2086

1.

A9-0145/2020 — Ernest Urtasun — Resolution 2086

2.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 1-2 4-7 9 11-55 57 59-70 73-74 77-78 83 85-88 91-101 103-108 111-113 115-116 118-119 121 124-125 127 130-131 133-149 151-152 155-157 159-164 166-170 172-179 182 185-186 189-204 206-211 213-228 2087

3.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 10 2089

4.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 56 2091

5.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 58 2093

6.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 75 2094

7.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 76 2096

8.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 102/1 2098

9.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 102/2 2099

10.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 120/1 2101

11.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 120/2 2103

12.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 132 2104

13.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 171 2106

14.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 205/1 2108

15.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 205/2 2109

16.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 212 2111

17.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 266 2113

18.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 232 2114

19.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 274/rev 2116

20.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 257 2118

21.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 267CP1 2119

22.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 258D 2121

23.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 267CP2 2123

24.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 259 2125

25.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 260/rev 2126

26.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 261 2128

27.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 233 2129

28.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 234 2131

29.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 275/1 2133

30.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 262/rev 2134

31.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 72 2136

32.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 255 2138

33.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — 235/rev 2140

34.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 80 2141

35.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 81 2143

36.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 268 2144

37.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 82 2146

38.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 236 2148

39.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 263/rev 2149

40.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 237 2151

41.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 269 2153

42.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 270 2154

43.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 110 2156

44.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 231 2158

45.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 238 2159

46.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 239 2161

47.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 276/rev 2163

48.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 240 2164

49.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 241 2166

50.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 242 2167

51.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 272D 2169

52.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 123 2171

53.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 243 2172

54.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 273 2174

55.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 126 2176

56.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 244 2177

57.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 245 2179

58.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 246 2180

59.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 277/rev 2182

60.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 150 2184

61.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 247 2186

62.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 248 2187

63.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 249 2189

64.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 250 2190

65.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 264 2192

66.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 165 2194

67.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 254 2196

68.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 278 2197

69.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 251 2199

70.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 252 2201

71.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 253 2202

72.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 229 2204

73.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 3 2205

74.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 265 2207

75.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 279 2209

76.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 280 2210

77.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 230 2212

78.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 8 2214

79.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Am 256 2215

80.

A8-0200/2019 — Peter Jahr — Commission proposal 2217

81.

A8-0200/2019 — Peter Jahr — Referral (Rule 59(4)) 2219

82.

A8-0199/2019 — Ulrike Müller — Commission proposal 2220

83.

A8-0199/2019 — Ulrike Müller — Referral (Rule 59(4)) 2222

84.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Commission proposal 2224

85.

A8-0198/2019 — Eric Andrieu — Referral (Rule 59(4)) 2225

Minutes of the sitting of 23 October 2020

IN THE CHAIR: Dimitrios PAPADIMOULIS

Vice-President

1.   Opening of the sitting

The sitting opened at 8.45.

2.   Amendment of the agenda

After consulting with the political groups, the President proposed the following amendment to the agenda:

Following the redistribution of the votes among the different voting sessions, the final votes on the three procedures concerning the Common Agricultural Policy (reports by Peter Jahr A8-0200/2019, Ulrike Müller A8-0199/2019 and Eric Andrieu A8-0198/2019) would be moved to the second voting session.

This meant that the third voting session, scheduled for 18.00 to 19.15, would be cancelled, along with the announcement of the voting results, scheduled for 21.30.

The updated information would be made available on Parliament's internet site under the heading ‘Priority information and documents’.

Parliament agreed to the proposal and the agenda was amended accordingly.

3.   Announcement of voting results

The President read out the results of the votes on:

 

Common Agricultural Policy — support for strategic plans to be drawn up by Member States and financed by the EAGF and by the EAFRD ***I

Report on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing rules on support for strategic plans to be drawn up by Member States under the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP Strategic Plans) and financed by the European Agricultural Guarantee Fund (EAGF) and by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) and repealing Regulation (EU) No 1305/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council and Regulation (EU) No 1307/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council [COM(2018)0392 — C8-0248/2018 — 2018/0216(COD)] — Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development. Rapporteur: Peter Jahr (A8-0200/2019)

(Simple majority needed)

AMENDMENTS

See Texts Adopted (P9_TA(2020)0287) (Voting record: ‘Results of Votes’ of 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 October 2020, Item 21)

Common Agricultural Policy: Financing, management and monitoring ***I

Report on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on the financing, management and monitoring of the Common Agricultural Policy and repealing Regulation (EU) No 1306/2013 [COM(2018)0393 — C8-0247/2018 — 2018/0217(COD)] — Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development. Rapporteur: Ulrike Müller (A8-0199/2019)

(Simple majority needed)

AMENDMENTS

See Texts Adopted (P9_TA(2020)0288) (Voting record: ‘Results of Votes’ of 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 October 2020, Item 22)

(The sitting was suspended at 8.53.)

4.   Resumption of the sitting

The sitting resumed at 9.00.

5.   First voting session

Parliament took the final vote on:

Gender Equality in EU's foreign and security policy

Report on Gender Equality in EU's foreign and security policy [2019/2167(INI)] — Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality. Rapporteur: Ernest Urtasun (A9-0145/2020).

Parliament voted on the amendments to:

Common Agricultural Policy — amendment of the CMO and other Regulations ***I

Report on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Regulations (EU) No 1308/2013 establishing a common organisation of the markets in agricultural products, (EU) No 1151/2012 on quality schemes for agricultural products and foodstuffs, (EU) No 251/2014 on the definition, description, presentation, labelling and the protection of geographical indications of aromatised wine products, (EU) No 228/2013 laying down specific measures for agriculture in the outermost regions of the Union and (EU) No 229/2013 laying down specific measures for agriculture in favour of the smaller Aegean islands [COM(2018)0394 — C8-0246/2018 — 2018/0218(COD)] — Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development. Rapporteur: Eric Andrieu (A8-0198/2019).

The ballot would be open until 10.15.

The vote was taken.

The voting results would be announced at 12.45.

(The sitting was suspended at 9.01.)

IN THE CHAIR: Rainer WIELAND

Vice-President

6.   Resumption of the sitting

The sitting resumed at 12.45.

7.   Announcement of voting results

The President read out the results of the votes on:

 

Gender Equality in EU's foreign and security policy

Report on Gender Equality in EU's foreign and security policy [2019/2167(INI)] — Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality. Rapporteur: Ernest Urtasun (A9-0145/2020)

(Simple majority needed)

MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION

Adopted (P9_TA(2020)0286) (Voting record: ‘Results of Votes’ of 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 October 2020, Item 20)

Common Agricultural Policy — amendment of the CMO and other Regulations ***I

Report on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Regulations (EU) No 1308/2013 establishing a common organisation of the markets in agricultural products, (EU) No 1151/2012 on quality schemes for agricultural products and foodstuffs, (EU) No 251/2014 on the definition, description, presentation, labelling and the protection of geographical indications of aromatised wine products, (EU) No 228/2013 laying down specific measures for agriculture in the outermost regions of the Union and (EU) No 229/2013 laying down specific measures for agriculture in favour of the smaller Aegean islands [COM(2018)0394 — C8-0246/2018 — 2018/0218(COD)] — Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development. Rapporteur: Eric Andrieu (A8-0198/2019)

(Simple majority needed)

AMENDMENTS

See Texts Adopted (P9_TA(2020)0289) (Voting record: ‘Results of Votes’ of 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 October 2020, Item 23)

(The sitting was suspended at 12.51.)

8.   Resumption of the sitting

The sitting resumed at 13.18.

9.   Second voting session

Parliament took the final vote on:

Common Agricultural Policy — support for strategic plans to be drawn up by Member States and financed by the EAGF and by the EAFRD ***I

Report on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing rules on support for strategic plans to be drawn up by Member States under the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP Strategic Plans) and financed by the European Agricultural Guarantee Fund (EAGF) and by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) and repealing Regulation (EU) No 1305/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council and Regulation (EU) No 1307/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council [COM(2018)0392 — C8-0248/2018 — 2018/0216(COD)] — Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development. Rapporteur: Peter Jahr (A8-0200/2019);

Common Agricultural Policy: Financing, management and monitoring ***I

Report on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on the financing, management and monitoring of the Common Agricultural Policy and repealing Regulation (EU) No 1306/2013 [COM(2018)0393 — C8-0247/2018 — 2018/0217(COD)] — Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development. Rapporteur: Ulrike Müller (A8-0199/2019);

Common Agricultural Policy — amendment of the CMO and other Regulations ***I

Report on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Regulations (EU) No 1308/2013 establishing a common organisation of the markets in agricultural products, (EU) No 1151/2012 on quality schemes for agricultural products and foodstuffs, (EU) No 251/2014 on the definition, description, presentation, labelling and the protection of geographical indications of aromatised wine products, (EU) No 228/2013 laying down specific measures for agriculture in the outermost regions of the Union and (EU) No 229/2013 laying down specific measures for agriculture in favour of the smaller Aegean islands [COM(2018)0394 — C8-0246/2018 — 2018/0218(COD)] — Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development. Rapporteur: Eric Andrieu (A8-0198/2019).

The ballot would be open until 14.30.

The vote was taken.

The voting results would be announced at 17.00.

(The sitting was suspended at 13.19.)

10.   Resumption of the sitting

The sitting resumed at 17.00.

11.   Announcement of voting results

The President read out the results of the votes on:

 

Common Agricultural Policy — support for strategic plans to be drawn up by Member States and financed by the EAGF and by the EAFRD ***I

Report on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing rules on support for strategic plans to be drawn up by Member States under the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP Strategic Plans) and financed by the European Agricultural Guarantee Fund (EAGF) and by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) and repealing Regulation (EU) No 1305/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council and Regulation (EU) No 1307/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council [COM(2018)0392 — C8-0248/2018 — 2018/0216(COD)] — Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development. Rapporteur: Peter Jahr (A8-0200/2019)

(Simple majority needed)

COMMISSION PROPOSAL

Adopted as amended (P9_TA(2020)0287) (Voting record: ‘Results of Votes’ of 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 October 2020, Item 21)

REQUEST FOR REFERRAL BACK TO COMMITTEE

Approved by RCV (474 in favour, 189 against, 24 abstentions)

Common Agricultural Policy: Financing, management and monitoring ***I

Report on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on the financing, management and monitoring of the Common Agricultural Policy and repealing Regulation (EU) No 1306/2013 [COM(2018)0393 — C8-0247/2018 — 2018/0217(COD)] — Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development. Rapporteur: Ulrike Müller (A8-0199/2019)

(Simple majority needed)

COMMISSION PROPOSAL

Adopted as amended (P9_TA(2020)0288) (Voting record: ‘Results of Votes’ of 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 October 2020, Item 22)

REQUEST FOR REFERRAL BACK TO COMMITTEE

Approved by RCV (586 in favour, 79 against, 23 abstentions)

Common Agricultural Policy — amendment of the CMO and other Regulations ***I

Report on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Regulations (EU) No 1308/2013 establishing a common organisation of the markets in agricultural products, (EU) No 1151/2012 on quality schemes for agricultural products and foodstuffs, (EU) No 251/2014 on the definition, description, presentation, labelling and the protection of geographical indications of aromatised wine products, (EU) No 228/2013 laying down specific measures for agriculture in the outermost regions of the Union and (EU) No 229/2013 laying down specific measures for agriculture in favour of the smaller Aegean islands [COM(2018)0394 — C8-0246/2018 — 2018/0218(COD)] — Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development. Rapporteur: Eric Andrieu (A8-0198/2019)

(Simple majority needed)

COMMISSION PROPOSAL

Adopted as amended (P9_TA(2020)0289) (Voting record: ‘Results of Votes’ of 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 October 2020, Item 23)

REQUEST FOR REFERRAL BACK TO COMMITTEE

Approved by RCV (621 in favour, 42 against, 24 abstentions)

12.   Explanations of vote

Written explanations of vote:

Explanations of vote submitted in writing under Rule 194 appear on the Members' pages on Parliament's website.

Exceptionally, explanations of vote of a maximum of 400 words would be accepted.

13.   Corrections to votes and voting intentions

Corrections to votes and voting intentions appear on Parliament's website under ‘Results of roll-call votes’ as an annex to the minutes of the sitting. They are for information only and have no effect on the result of the vote as announced in plenary.

The document will be regularly updated in the two weeks following the part-session concerned.

After those two weeks, the list of corrections to votes and voting intentions will be finalised so that it can be translated and published in the Official Journal.

14.   Approval of the minutes of the part-session and forwarding of texts adopted

The minutes of the sitting and the minutes of the sittings of 19 October 2020, 20 October 2020, 21 October 2020 and 22 October 2020 would be submitted for approval by Parliament at the start of the next sitting.

With Parliament's agreement, the texts adopted during the part-session would immediately be forwarded to the recipients named therein.

The President, speaking on behalf of the President of Parliament and of all the Members, thanked Parliament's staff and all those who had made the part-session possible and who each day were helping it to operate in what were challenging circumstances. He thanked them for their work and for their commitment.

15.   Dates of forthcoming sittings

The next sittings would be held from 11 November 2020 to 13 November 2020.

16.   Closure of the sitting

The sitting closed at 17.02.

17.   Adjournment of the session

The session of the European Parliament was adjourned.

Klaus Welle

Secretary-General

David Maria Sassoli

President


23 October 2020

Present:

Adinolfi Isabella, Agius Saliba Alex, Aguilera Clara, Alexandrov Yordanov Alexander, Alieva-Veli Atidzhe, Angel Marc, Annemans Gerolf, Ansip Andrus, Arena Maria, Arias Echeverría Pablo, Arłukowicz Bartosz, Avram Carmen, Balt Marek Paweł, Bartolo Pietro, Băsescu Traian, Bay Nicolas, Beck Gunnar, Belka Marek, Benifei Brando, Biedroń Robert, Bielan Adam, Biteau Benoît, Blaga Vasile, Bocskor Andrea, Bogovič Franc, Botoș Vlad-Marius, Brudziński Joachim Stanisław, Buchheit Markus, Buda Daniel, Bullmann Udo, Campomenosi Marco, Cañas Jordi, Canfin Pascal, Castaldo Fabio Massimo, Ceccardi Susanna, Cerdas Sara, Chastel Olivier, Christensen Asger, Ciuhodaru Tudor, Comín i Oliveres Antoni, Corrao Ignazio, Crețu Corina, Czarnecki Ryszard, Dalunde Jakop G., Delbos-Corfield Gwendoline, Deli Andor, Dorfmann Herbert, Durá Ferrandis Estrella, Durand Pascal, Fernandes José Manuel, Fernández Jonás, Ferrandino Giuseppe, Ferrara Laura, Flego Valter, Fotyga Anna, Freund Daniel, Gál Kinga, García Del Blanco Ibán, García Muñoz Isabel, Gardiazabal Rubial Eider, Geese Alexandra, Geuking Helmut, Giarrusso Dino, González Mónica Silvana, González Pons Esteban, de Graaff Marcel, Grapini Maria, Gusmão José, Guteland Jytte, Gyöngyösi Márton, Hahn Svenja, Hajšel Robert, Hakkarainen Teuvo, Hansen Christophe, Herbst Niclas, Herzberger-Fofana Pierrette, Hlaváček Martin, Hojsík Martin, Holmgren Pär, Hristov Ivo, Hübner Danuta Maria, Huhtasaari Laura, Jaki Patryk, Jalkh Jean-François, Jamet France, Jurgiel Krzysztof, Jurzyca Eugen, Kaili Eva, Kaljurand Marina, Kanko Assita, Karas Othmar, Karski Karol, Kelleher Billy, Kempa Beata, Kloc Izabela-Helena, Knotek Ondřej, Kohut Łukasz, Kolaja Marcel, Kolakušić Mislav, Konstantinou Athanasios, Kopacz Ewa, Kopcińska Joanna, Kountoura Elena, Kovatchev Andrey, Krah Maximilian, Krasnodębski Zdzisław, Kruk Elżbieta, Kubilius Andrius, Kuhnke Alice, Kuhs Joachim, Kyrtsos Georgios, Laporte Hélène, Larrouturou Pierre, Lenaers Jeroen, Liberadzki Bogusław, Limmer Sylvia, López Javi, López-Istúriz White Antonio, Luena César, Lutgen Benoît, MacManus Chris, Maldeikienė Aušra, Maldonado López Adriana, Mandl Lukas, Marques Margarida, Marques Pedro, Martusciello Fulvio, Matias Marisa, Matić Predrag Fred, Mayer Georg, Mazurek Beata, Mebarek Nora, Mikser Sven, Molnár Csaba, Montserrat Dolors, Moreno Sánchez Javier, Moretti Alessandra, Możdżanowska Andżelika Anna, Mureșan Siegfried, Oetjen Jan-Christoph, O'Sullivan Grace, Pagazaurtundúa Maite, Papadimoulis Dimitrios, Pedicini Piernicola, Pelletier Anne-Sophie, Picierno Pina, Pîslaru Dragoș, Ponsatí Obiols Clara, Poręba Tomasz Piotr, Rafalska Elżbieta, Regner Evelyn, Reil Guido, Ries Frédérique, Ripa Manuela, Rónai Sándor, Rookmaker Dorien, Ruiz Devesa Domènec, Salini Massimiliano, Sánchez Amor Nacho, Sardone Silvia, Saryusz-Wolski Jacek, Sassoli David Maria, Schieder Andreas, Schwab Andreas, Sidl Günther, Sonneborn Martin, Spurek Sylwia, Spyraki Maria, Stanishev Sergei, Štefanec Ivan, Szájer József, Szydło Beata, Tarczyński Dominik, Tobiszowski Grzegorz, Tomac Eugen, Toom Yana, Tóth Edina, Trócsányi László, Tudorache Dragoș, Tudose Mihai, Urbán Crespo Miguel, Urtasun Ernest, Ušakovs Nils, Vandendriessche Tom, Van Overtveldt Johan, Vautmans Hilde, Verhofstadt Guy, Vilimsky Harald, Vincze Loránt, Von Cramon-Taubadel Viola, Waitz Thomas, Weimers Charlie, Weiss Pernille, Wieland Rainer, Winkler Iuliu, Wiśniewska Jadwiga, Wölken Tiemo, Yoncheva Elena, Zalewska Anna, Zambelli Stefania, Zarzalejos Javier, Złotowski Kosma, Zoido Álvarez Juan Ignacio, Zorrinho Carlos, Zovko Željana

Excused:

Beňová Monika, Maydell Eva, Ochojska Janina, Rougé André

Owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, a remote voting system had been introduced (see Bureau Decision of 20 March 2020 supplementing its Decision of 3 May 2004 on rules governing voting). The Members who voted are listed in the document ‘Results of roll-call votes’, which is annexed to the Minutes of the sitting and available on Parliament's website.


23 October 2020

RESULT OF VOTES (Sittings of 19 to 23 October 2020)

Abbreviations and symbols

+

adopted

-

rejected

lapsed

W

withdrawn

RCV (…, …, …)

roll-call vote (for, against, abstentions)

EV (…, …, …)

electronic vote (for, against, abstentions)

split

split vote

sep

separate vote

am

amendment

CA

compromise amendment

CP

corresponding part

D

deleting amendment

=

identical amendments

§

paragraph

art

article

rec

recital

MOT

motion for resolution

JT MOT

joint motion for a resolution

1/20

low threshold (1/20 of Members)

1/10

medium threshold (1/10 of Members)

1/5

high threshold (1/5 of Members)

SEC

secret ballot

1.   Amending Regulation (EU) No 168/2013 as regards specific measures on L-category end-of-series vehicles in response to the COVID-19 pandemic ***I

Report: Maria Grapini (A9-0190/2020)

Subject

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

Single vote

RCV

+

677, 4, 6

2.   Mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund — EGF/2020/001 ES/Galicia shipbuilding ancillary sectors — Spain

Report: Valerie Hayer (A9-0192/2020) (majority of Parliament's component Members + 3/5 of votes cast)

Subject

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

Single vote

RCV

+

645, 33, 9

3.   Discharge 2018: General budget of the EU — European Economic and Social Committee

Report: Tomáš Zdechovský (A9-0188/2020)

Subject

Am No

Author

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

Decision to refuse discharge

Decision

RCV

+

618, 1, 68

Motion for a resolution

§ 6

1

S&D

RCV

+

434, 183, 69

Resolution

RCV

+

602, 7, 85

4.   Discharge 2018: General budget of the EU — European Council and Council

Report: Tomáš Zdechovský (A9-0189/2020)

Subject

Am No

Author

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

Decision to refuse discharge

Decision

RCV

+

657, 26, 4

Motion for a resolution

§ 16

1

S&D

RCV

+

422, 211, 55

Resolution

RCV

+

653, 30, 12

5.   Digital Services Act: Improving the functioning of the Single Market

Report: Alex Agius Saliba (A9-0181/2020) (Majority of Parliament's component Members required to adopt the motion for resolution)

Subject

Am No

Author

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

§ 16

4

PPE

RCV

-

232, 450, 13

§ 19

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

653, 37, 5

2/RCV

+

608, 50, 37

3/RCV

+

667, 22, 6

§ 20

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

681, 10, 4

2/RCV

+

499, 186, 9

3/RCV

+

603, 58, 34

§ 36

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

666, 21, 8

2/RCV

+

548, 85, 62

3/RCV

+

562, 95, 38

4/RCV

+

654, 30, 10

§ 48

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

685, 3, 7

2/RCV

+

611, 49, 35

§ 52

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

609, 48, 38

2/RCV

+

649, 9, 37

§ 56

3

ID

RCV

-

94, 590, 8

§ 58

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

676, 12, 7

2/RCV

+

490, 169, 36

§ 82

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

680, 7, 8

2/RCV

+

571, 52, 72

§ 85

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

678, 9, 7

2/RCV

+

601, 58, 36

3/RCV

+

599, 62, 34

Annex, point III, bullet point 6

§

original text

RCV

+

493, 163, 39

Annex, point V

§

original text

split

 

Point 5, § 1

1/RCV

+

672, 15, 8

2/RCV

+

467, 189, 39

2

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

193, 496, 5

§

original text

split

 

Point 5, § 2

1/RCV

+

675, 14, 6

2/RCV

+

512, 170, 13

Recital J

5

PPE

RCV

+

379, 258, 58

Recital O

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

677, 13, 5

2/RCV

+

608, 55, 32

Recital W

§

original text

RCV

+

564, 90, 41

After Recital X

1

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

153, 523, 19

Resolution (text as a whole)

RCV

+

571, 26, 94

Requests for separate votes

ID: Recital W

Verts/ALE: Annex, point III, bullet point 6

Requests for split votes

ID:

§ 19

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘such as Cambridge Analytica’‘from’ and ‘to the broadcast of terrorism’

Second part

:

‘such as Cambridge Analytica’

Third part

:

‘from’ and ‘to the broadcast of terrorism’

§ 36

First part

:

‘Stresses the need to improve the efficiency of electronic interactions between businesses and consumers in light of the development of virtual identification technologies; considers that in order to ensure the effectiveness of the DSA, the Commission should also update the regulatory framework on digital identification, namely the eIDAS Regulation; considers that the creation of a universally accepted, trusted digital identity and trusted authentication systems would be a useful tool allowing to establish securely individual identities of natural persons, legal entities and machines in order to protect against the use of fake profiles; notes, in this context, the importance for consumers to securely use or purchase products and services online without having to use unrelated platforms and unnecessarily share data, including personal data, which is collected by those platforms;’ without the words: ‘considers that the creation of a universally accepted, trusted digital identity and trusted authentication systems would be a useful tool allowing to establish securely individual identities of natural persons, legal entities and machines in order to protect against the use of fake profiles;’

Second part

:

‘considers that the creation of a universally accepted, trusted digital identity and trusted authentication systems would be a useful tool allowing to establish securely individual identities of natural persons, legal entities and machines in order to protect against the use of fake profiles;’

Third part

:

‘calls on the Commission to carry out a thorough impact assessment with regard to the creation of a universally accepted public electronic identity as an alternative to private single sign-in systems and underlines that this service should be developed so that data gathered is kept to an absolute minimum;’

Fourth part

:

‘consider that the Commission should assess the possibility to create an age verification system for users of digital services, especially in order to protect minors;’

§ 48

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘however’, ‘without prejudice to’ and ‘a more aligned and coordinated approach at Union level’

Second part

:

those words

§ 52

First part

:

‘Calls on the Commission to address the increasing differences and fragmentations of national rules in the Member States and to adopt clear and predictable harmonised rules and a transparent, effective and proportionate notice-and-action mechanism;’

Second part

:

‘it should provide sufficient safeguards, empower users to notify online intermediaries of the existence of potentially illegal online content or activities and help online intermediaries react quickly and be more transparent with the actions taken on potentially illegal content; is of the opinion that such measures should be technology-neutral and easily accessible to all actors to guarantee a high level of users' and consumers' protection;’

§ 82

First part

:

‘Believes that, in view of the cross-border nature of digital services, effective supervision and cooperation between Member States including exchange of information and best practices, is key to ensure the proper enforcement of the DSA;’

Second part

:

‘stresses that the imperfect transposition, implementation and enforcement of Union legislation by Member States creates unjustified barriers in the digital single market; calls on the Commission to address these in close cooperation with Member States;’

§ 85

First part

:

‘Calls on the Commission to assess the most appropriate supervision and enforcement model for the application of the provisions regarding the DSA, and to consider the set up of a hybrid system, based on coordination and cooperation of national and Union authorities, for the effective enforcement oversight and implementation of the DSA;’ without the words: ‘and Union’

Second part

:

‘and Union’

Third part

:

‘considers that such supervisory system should be responsible for the oversight, compliance, monitoring and application of the DSA and have supplementary powers to undertake cross-border initiatives and investigation and be entrusted with enforcement and auditing powers;’

Recital O

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘and helping citizens to acquire media and digital literacy regarding dissemination of harmful content, hate speech and disinformation’

Second part

:

those words

Verts/ALE:

§ 58

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘playing a neutral and passive role’ and ‘stresses however, that further clarification regarding active and passive role by taking into account the case-law of the Court on the matter is needed;’

Second part

:

those words

Annex point V, point 5, § 2

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘should not lead to them being considered as having an active role, solely on the basis of those measures’

Second part

:

those words

ID, Verts/ALE:

§ 20

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘mandatory’ and ‘which does not comply with prohibition of general monitoring obligations’ and ‘suggests that measures to combat harmful content, hate speech and disinformation should be regularly evaluated and developed further;’

Second part

:

‘mandatory’ and ‘which does not comply with prohibition of general monitoring obligations’

Third part

:

‘suggests that measures to combat harmful content, hate speech and disinformation should be regularly evaluated and developed further;’

GUE/NGL, Verts/ALE:

Annex, point V, point 5, § 1

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘by codifying the case-law of the Court on the matter’

Second part

:

those words

6.   Digital Services Act: Adapting commercial and civil law rules for commercial entities operating online

Report: Tiemo Wölken (A9-0177/2020) (majority of Parliament's component Members required to adopt the motion for resolution)

Subject

Am No

Author

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

After § 4

2

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

148, 532, 15

3

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

101, 579, 15

§ 8

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

617, 41, 37

2/RCV

+

630, 24, 41

3/RCV

+

547, 133, 15

§ 17

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

671, 7, 17

2/RCV

+

341, 303, 51

After § 22

4

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

153, 527, 15

After Recital R

1

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

106, 550, 39

Resolution (text as a whole)

RCV

+

637, 26, 28

Requests for split votes

Renew:

§ 17

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘including a phase-out leading to a prohibition;’

Second part

:

those words

ID:

§ 8

First part

:

‘Recommends that the application of the regulation should be closely monitored by a European entity tasked with ensuring compliance by content hosting platforms with the provisions of the regulation, in particular by monitoring compliance with the standards laid down for content management on the basis of transparency reports and monitoring algorithms employed by content hosting platforms for the purpose of content management;’

Second part

:

‘calls on the Commission to assess the options of appointing an existing or new European Agency or European body or of coordinating itself a network of national authorities to carry out these tasks (hereinafter referred to as “the European entity”);’ without the words: ‘or new’

Third part

:

‘or new’

7.   Digital Services Act and fundamental rights issues posed

Report: Kris Peeters (A9-0172/2020)

Subject

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

resolution (text as a whole)

RCV

+

566, 45, 80

8.   Framework of ethical aspects of artificial intelligence, robotics and related technologies

Report: Ibán García del Blanco (A9-0186/2020) (Majority of Parliament's component Members required to adopt the motion for resolution)

Subject

Am No

Author

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

Amendments to the draft legislative act

§ 55

3

GUE/NGL

RCV

+

545, 94, 55

After § 71

4

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

157, 509, 29

§ 128

5

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

46, 641, 8

§ 143

6D

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

96, 582, 17

Recital B

1

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

122, 564, 9

Recital AB

2

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

65, 622, 8

Amendments to the Annex, part B

Article 4, § 1, point n

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

594, 94, 7

2/RCV

+

605, 55, 35

Article 10

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

587, 97, 11

2/RCV

+

598, 66, 31

Resolution (text as a whole)

RCV

+

559, 44, 88

Requests for separate votes

GUE/NGL: § 65; Annex, part A, Point III, indent 8; Annex, part B, recital 38; Annex, part B, Article 12

Requests for split votes

ID:

article 4, § 1, point n

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘hate speech, bias’

Second part

:

those words

article 10

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘or contribute to the dissemination of disinformation’

Second part

:

those words

9.   Civil liability regime for artificial intelligence

Report: Axel Voss (A9-0178/2020) (majority of Parliament's component Members required to adopt the motion for resolution)

Subject

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

resolution (text as a whole)

RCV

+

626, 25, 40

10.   Intellectual property rights for the development of artificial intelligence technologies

Report: Stéphane Séjourné (A9-0176/2020)

Subject

Am No

Author

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

§ 9

§

original text

RCV

-

293, 383, 19

§ 18

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

654, 15, 26

2/RCV

-

277, 394, 24

Resolution (text as a whole)

RCV

+

612, 66, 12

Requests for separate votes

71 MEPs: § 9

Requests for split votes

71 MEPs:

§ 18

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘if the requirement to keep auditable records were extended to cover data containing or deriving from images and/or videos containing biometric data’

Second part

:

those words

11.   Recommendation to the Council and the VP/HR concerning the implementation and governance of Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO)

Report: Radosław Sikorski (A9-0165/2020)

Subject

Am No

Author

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

§ 1, after point a

21

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

63, 586, 40

22

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

108, 551, 30

23

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

147, 525, 17

24

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

66, 576, 47

25

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

49, 518, 122

26

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

49, 602, 38

27

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

66, 588, 35

28

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

48, 421, 220

29

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

45, 607, 37

30

GUE/NGL

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

335, 330, 23

2/RCV

-

47, 533, 109

31

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

45, 592, 52

32

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

69, 520, 100

33

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

66, 602, 21

§ 1 (b)

§

original text

RCV

+

578, 91, 19

§ 1 (c)

§

original text

RCV

+

526, 86, 77

§ 1 (d)

§

original text

RCV

+

590, 78, 21

§ 1 (e)

§

original text

RCV

+

419, 156, 114

§ 1 (f)

38

ID

RCV

-

57, 590, 39

§

original text

RCV

+

459, 187, 42

§ 1 (g)

§

original text

RCV

+

525, 95, 69

§ 1 (h)

§

original text

RCV

+

582, 88, 19

§ 1 (j)

§

original text

RCV

+

541, 80, 68

§ 1 (k) introduction

§

original text

RCV

+

567, 93, 29

§ 1 (k) (i)

§

original text

RCV

+

592, 65, 32

§ 1 (k) (ii)

§

original text

RCV

+

553, 85, 51

§ 1 (k) (iii)

§

original text

RCV

+

562, 87, 40

§ 1 (l)

§

original text

RCV

+

451, 147, 91

§ 1 (m)

§

original text

RCV

+

547, 81, 61

§ 1 (n)

§

original text

RCV

+

496, 122, 71

§ 1 (o)

§

original text

RCV

+

470, 103, 116

§ 1 (p)

§

original text

RCV

+

542, 75, 72

§ 1 (q) introduction

§

original text

RCV

+

574, 99, 16

§ 1 (q) (i)

§

original text

RCV

+

545, 95, 49

§ 1 (q) (ii)

§

original text

RCV

+

592, 82, 15

§ 1 (r)

§

original text

RCV

+

576, 90, 23

§ 1 (s)

§

original text

RCV

+

582, 86, 21

§ 1 (t)

§

original text

RCV

+

490, 98, 101

§ 1 (u)

§

original text

RCV

+

500, 79, 109

§ 1 (v)

§

original text

RCV

+

541, 93, 55

§ 1 (w)

§

original text

RCV

+

559, 93, 37

§ 1 (x)

§

original text

RCV

+

580, 95, 14

§ 1 (y)

§

original text

RCV

+

564, 71, 53

§ 1 (z)

§

original text

RCV

+

589, 83, 17

§ 1 (aa)

§

original text

RCV

+

587, 85, 17

§ 1 (ab)

§

original text

RCV

+

572, 89, 28

§ 1 (ac)

§

original text

RCV

+

531, 134, 24

§ 1 (ad)

§

original text

RCV

+

563, 66, 60

§ 1 (ae)

§

original text

RCV

+

557, 61, 71

§ 1 (af) introduction

§

original text

RCV

+

527, 147, 15

§ 1 (af) (i)

§

original text

RCV

+

526, 145, 18

§ 1 (af) (ii)

§

original text

RCV

+

526, 150, 13

§ 1 (ag)

§

original text

RCV

+

518, 159, 12

§ 1 (ah)

§

original text

RCV

+

515, 138, 36

§ 1 (ai)

§

original text

RCV

+

292, 290, 107

§ 1 (aj)

§

original text

RCV

+

521, 148, 19

§ 1 (ak)

§

original text

RCV

+

593, 73, 23

§ 1 (al)

§

original text

RCV

+

380, 135, 174

After citation 12

1

GUE/NGL

RCV

+

344, 284, 61

Recital A

2

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

97, 564, 28

After recital B

3

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

146, 502, 41

4

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

96, 579, 14

Recital B

§

original text

RCV

+

519, 146, 24

Recital C

5

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

53, 620, 16

35

ID

RCV

-

64, 544, 78

Recital D

6

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

93, 582, 14

Recital E

7

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

52, 591, 46

§

original text

RCV

+

536, 88, 65

Recital F

§

original text

RCV

+

522, 84, 83

Recital G

8

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

63, 571, 55

Recital H

36

ID

RCV

-

90, 547, 50

9

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

50, 586, 52

After recital H

10

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

59, 525, 104

11

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

133, 515, 39

Recital I

12

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

159, 519, 10

Recital J

13

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

79, 568, 41

After Recital J

14

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

36, 549, 103

15

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

132, 538, 18

16

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

165, 465, 58

Recital K

§

original text

RCV

+

512, 86, 90

Recital L

§

original text

RCV

+

574, 77, 37

Recital P

17

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

89, 540, 58

Recital Q

§

original text

RCV

+

497, 134, 57

Recital R

18

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

56, 624, 8

Recital S

§

original text

RCV

+

528, 129, 31

Recital T

§

original text

RCV

+

551, 92, 44

Recital U

§

original text

RCV

+

582, 86, 20

Recital V

§

original text

RCV

+

519, 153, 16

Recital W

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

589, 84, 15

2/RCV

+

517, 96, 75

Recital X

§

original text

RCV

+

511, 159, 18

Recital Z

19

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

55, 600, 32

Recital AA

§

original text

RCV

+

513, 131, 44

Recital AB

§

original text

RCV

+

517, 93, 78

Recital AC

§

original text

RCV

+

558, 84, 46

Recital AD

§

original text

RCV

+

521, 128, 39

After recital AD

37

ID

RCV

-

113, 500, 73

Recital AE

§

original text

RCV

+

534, 118, 36

Recital AF

§

original text

RCV

+

520, 125, 43

Recital AG

§

original text

RCV

+

563, 60, 65

Recital AH

34

S&D

RCV

+

431, 242, 15

Recital AJ

20

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

174, 500, 13

Recital AK

§

original text

RCV

+

552, 85, 51

Recital AN

§

original text

RCV

+

506, 146, 36

Resolution (text as a whole)

RCV

+

464, 90, 137

Requests for separate votes

ID: Recital E

GUE/NGL: § 1 points b, c, d, e, f, g, h, j, k introduction, k(i), k(ii), k(iii), l, m, n, o, p, q introduction, q(i), q(ii), r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z, aa, ab, ac, ad, ae, af introduction, af(i), af(ii), ag, ah, ai, aj, ak, al; recitals B, F, K, L, Q, S, T, U, V, W, X, AA, AB, AC, AD, AE, AF, AG, AK, AN

Requests for split votes

S&D:

amendment 30

First part

:

‘Stresses the importance of pursuing conflict resolution as a priority’

Second part

:

‘and a decisive shift away from security and defence, and in particular away from security and defence strategies predicated on increased military spending;’

ID:

Recital W

First part

:

‘whereas interactions between Member States' national priorities, EU priorities and NATO priorities should take place at the earliest possible convenience where appropriate and relevant;’

Second part

:

‘whereas EU and NATO priorities should be better harmonised in order to achieve EU capability targets;’

12.   Report on the implementation of the EU Association Agreement with the Republic of Moldova

Report: Dragoș Tudorache (A9-0166/2020)

Subject

Am No

Author

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

§ 1

2

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

86, 589, 12

§ 2

3

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

87, 589, 11

§ 3

7

ID

RCV

-

85, 547, 53

§ 17

4D

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

76, 589, 22

10

S&D

RCV

-

237, 430, 19

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

484, 165, 37

2/RCV

+

410, 271, 6

§ 23

8

ID

RCV

-

50, 601, 32

§ 27

5

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

95, 544, 48

§ 35

6

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

83, 573, 31

§ 70

§

original text

RCV

+

578, 53, 56

§ 80

9

ID

RCV

-

83, 547, 55

Recital A

1

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

116, 561, 10

Resolution (text as a whole)

RCV

+

554, 70, 65

Requests for separate votes

ID: § 70

Requests for split votes

Verts/ALE:

§ 17

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the word: ‘unfounded’

Second part

:

those words

13.   Recommendation to the Council, the Commission and the VPC/HR on relations with Belarus

Report: Petras Auštrevičius (A9-0167/2020)

Subject

Am No

Author

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

§ 1, before point a

1

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

90, 555, 43

§ 1, point a

18

Renew

RCV

+

589, 59, 38

§ 1, point e

3D

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

78, 555, 55

§ 1, point g

12

ID

RCV

-

323, 349, 12

§ 1, after point g

19

Renew

RCV

+

398, 223, 66

§ 1, point i

20

Renew

RCV

+

641, 6, 38

§ 1, after point i

21

Renew

RCV

+

604, 51, 32

§ 1, point r

4D

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

49, 617, 22

§ 1, point v

5D

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

91, 576, 21

§ 1, after point x

22

Renew

RCV

+

609, 19, 58

§ 1, point z

13

ID

RCV

-

84, 595, 6

§ 1, after point aa

23

Renew

RCV

+

585, 84, 17

24

Renew

RCV

+

590, 75, 22

25

Renew

RCV

+

593, 48, 45

§ 1, point ad

26

Renew

RCV

+

589, 81, 16

§ 1, after point ae

6

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

74, 556, 58

§ 1, point ai

§

original text

RCV

+

545, 86, 56

§ 1, point ak

7

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

75, 585, 28

§ 1, subtitle before point as

27D

Renew

RCV

+

558, 75, 54

§ 1, point ay

28

Renew

RCV

+

614, 31, 42

§ 1, after point bl

29

Renew

RCV

+

627, 27, 32

§ 1, point bo

14

ID

RCV

-

84, 584, 17

§ 1, point bt

8D

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

55, 548, 85

§ 1, point bu

9D

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

59, 562, 66

§ 1, after point ck

30

Renew

RCV

+

570, 65, 49

Citation 16

15

Renew

RCV

+

623, 26, 37

Citation 20

16

Renew

RCV

+

599, 24, 63

After recital A

2

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

124, 487, 77

Recital J

10

ID

RCV

-

61, 581, 41

Recital M

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

639, 19, 28

2/RCV

+

551, 61, 74

Recital Y

17

Renew

RCV

+

605, 34, 47

Recital AE

§

original text

RCV

+

588, 56, 42

After recital AN

11

ID

RCV

-

89, 577, 17

Resolution (text as a whole)

RCV

+

602, 44, 44

Requests for separate votes

ID: § 1, point ai; Recital AE

Requests for split votes

ID:

Recital M

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘the President-elect according to the Belarusian people,’

Second part

:

those words

14.   Recommendation to the VPC/HR and to the Council in preparation of the 10th Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Treaty (NPT) review process, nuclear arms control and nuclear disarmament options

Report: Sven Mikser (A9-0020/2020)

Subject

Am No

Author

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

§ 1, before point a

6

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

46, 636, 8

§ 1, point a

17

ID

RCV

-

98, 558, 32

29

Verts/ALE

RCV

+

303, 299, 88

§ 1, after point a

5

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

121, 536, 32

§ 1, point c

18

ID

RCV

-

81, 548, 59

§ 1, point j

30

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

204, 429, 57

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

608, 6, 76

2/RCV

+

419, 221, 50

§ 1, after point j

31

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

207, 427, 56

32

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

216, 312, 162

§ 1, after point k

19

ID

RCV

-

103, 548, 36

§ 1, point l

16

PPE

RCV

+

399, 283, 8

§ 1, after point m

7

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

278, 324, 88

§ 1, point v

1

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

181, 500, 9

§ 1, after point v

2

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

141, 528, 21

§ 1, point w

33

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

159, 510, 20

3

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

154, 518, 18

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

294, 289, 107

2/RCV

+

527, 103, 60

§ 1, after point w

34

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

185, 478, 27

35

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

194, 401, 95

36

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

205, 460, 25

37

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

211, 375, 104

§ 1, point x

38

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

132, 544, 14

§ 1, point z

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

578, 22, 90

2/RCV

-

143, 492, 55

3/RCV

+

581, 81, 28

§ 1, after point z

4

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

68, 483, 137

§ 1, point aa

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

656, 28, 6

2/RCV

-

301, 354, 35

3/RCV

+

640, 27, 23

§ 1, after point aa

39

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

139, 522, 29

§ 1, after point ac

40

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

223, 336, 131

§ 1, point ah

15

S&D

RCV

+

545, 114, 30

§ 1, after point al

8

PPE

RCV

+

405, 274, 10

After citation 10

20

Verts/ALE

RCV

+

370, 275, 44

After citation 21

9

S&D

RCV

+

551, 28, 110

10

S&D

RCV

+

682, 3, 4

11

S&D

RCV

+

611, 74, 4

After recital E

21

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

241, 385, 63

22

Verts/ALE

split

 

 

1/RCV

-

288, 361, 40

2/RCV

 

Recital I

23

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

146, 385, 158

Recital M

24

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

192, 389, 108

After recital N

25

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

166, 470, 53

After recital P

26

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

134, 526, 29

Recital R

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

629, 57, 2

2/RCV

+

383, 260, 45

Recital S

§

original text

RCV

-

249, 385, 54

After Recital S

28

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

176, 336, 176

After Recital T

12

S&D

RCV

+

553, 60, 75

Recital Z

13

S&D

RCV

+

653, 2, 33

After Recital AA

14

S&D

RCV

+

676, 7, 5

Resolution (text as a whole)

RCV

+

641, 5, 47

Requests for separate votes

Renew: Recital S

Requests for split votes

PPE:

§ 1, point j

First part

:

‘welcome the fact that for 72 years nuclear weapons have not been used; warn the NPT states parties that any expansion of the situations in which nuclear weapons could be used could seriously jeopardise global strategic stability’

Second part

:

‘and the practice of non-use;’

§ 1, point z

First part

:

‘continue its efforts to establish a zone free of nuclear weapons and all other weapons of mass destruction in the Middle East in line with the 1995 resolution,’

Second part

:

‘today weakened by Israel's policies and the resumption of Iran's uranium enrichment activities;’

Third part

:

‘pursue the initiatives to promote confidence-building through actions aimed at fostering inclusive dialogue among experts and policymakers, supported by a financial envelope of EUR 2.86 million for the implementation of the projects;’

Recital R

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘humanitarian’

Second part

:

those words

S&D:

amendment 22

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘and the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW);’

Second part

:

those words

PPE, ECR, Renew:

§ 1, point w

First part

:

‘note that the adoption of the TPNW by 122 countries, with it now having being signed by 80 states and ratified by 35, is evidence of the desire to achieve the objective of a nuclear weapons-free world;’

Second part

:

‘stress that nuclear disarmament cannot be separated from collective security and can only be achieved by taking the strategic context into account, and that it must be part of a gradual process guaranteeing the undiminished security of all while preventing any new arms race; recall that, as a means of preventing the quantitative development of nuclear weapons arsenals, the Fissile Material Cutoff Treaty is a vital and irreplaceable step towards a world free of nuclear weapons;’

§ 1, point aa

First part

:

‘support the regional approach as one of the important avenues for the promotion of disarmament and non-proliferation; take into account the outcome of the first session of the Conference on the Establishment of a Middle East Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone,’

Second part

:

‘and continue supporting the long-standing goal of drawing up a legally binding treaty enabling the establishment of a MENWFZ;’

Third part

:

‘encourage all participating states to do their utmost to advance in this endeavour at the second session of the Conference;’

Miscellaneous

Amendment 27 had been withdrawn.

15.   The future of European education in the context of COVID-19

Motion for a resolution: B9-0338/2020

Subject

Am No

Author

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

Motion for a resolution B9-0338/2020 (CULT committee)

§ 1

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

664, 7, 23

2/RCV

+

484, 60, 150

After § 1

2

ID

RCV

-

111, 520, 61

§ 14

1

ECR

RCV

-

132, 549, 13

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

650, 33, 11

2/RCV

+

555, 134, 5

Recital F

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

649, 8, 37

2/RCV

+

610, 47, 37

Resolution (text as a whole)

RCV

+

593, 58, 36

Requests for split votes

GUE/NGL:

Recital F

First part

:

‘whereas the crisis has accelerated the shift towards digital learning and stimulated innovation in education, such as the improvement of e-learning opportunities; whereas investment in learning technology companies in recent years has enhanced online education and e-learning solutions;’

Second part

:

‘whereas partnerships between business and educational establishments play a role in promoting innovation in the education sector; whereas the educational establishment should remain the final decision-maker on educational content;’

§ 1

First part

:

‘Salutes the creativity and resourcefulness shown by education and training institutions, in particular their teaching and educational staff, and by students and parents in adapting to online and distance learning, especially in light of the fast-changing circumstances and uncertain times; salutes, similarly, the positive examples set by citizens, civil society and non-formal education providers in adapting their education practices and developing initiatives that have enabled learning to continue; calls for more efforts to scale up and increase the visibility of effective initiatives, and to promote best practices in all education sectors; calls on the Commission to provide a platform for Member States to share good practices and, in this regard, to explore possibilities for new initiatives'’

Second part

:

‘such as the creation of a European Online University’

ECR

§ 14

First part

:

‘Is convinced that the crisis offers an opportunity for deep reflection on the future orientation of education and training policy and its place within the broader post-pandemic recovery agenda; underlines the central role that education plays in the green and digital transitions;’

Second part

:

‘recalls that the European Green Deal recognises the key role of schools, training institutions and universities in driving change;’

16.   Obligations of the Commission in the field of visa reciprocity in accordance with Article 7 of Regulation (EU) 2018/1806

Motion for a resolution: B9-0339/2020

Subject

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

Motion for a resolution B9-0339/2020 (LIBE committee)

resolution (text as a whole)

RCV

+

376, 269, 43

17.   Economic policies of the euro area 2020

Report: Joachim Schuster (A9-0193/2020)

Subject

Am No

Author

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

After § 6

2

ID

RCV

-

119, 555, 17

§ 7

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

628, 44, 22

2/RCV

+

527, 164, 3

3/RCV

+

560, 81, 53

§ 8

4

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

244, 364, 86

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

573, 66, 55

2/RCV

+

535, 134, 25

3/RCV

+

525, 113, 56

After § 12

1

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

279, 385, 30

§ 19

5

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

269, 357, 67

§ 20

6

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

87, 421, 186

§ 21

7

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

262, 358, 74

After § 24

8

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

156, 506, 32

§ 25

9

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

129, 552, 13

12

S&D

RCV

-

298, 377, 18

After § 25

10

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

274, 361, 59

§ 26

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

498, 184, 12

2/RCV

-

305, 372, 17

§ 34

11

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

172, 348, 174

§ 35

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

550, 47, 97

2/RCV

+

496, 171, 27

3/RCV

+

496, 165, 33

4/RCV

+

548, 122, 24

After § 36

3

Renew

RCV

-

287, 392, 15

Resolution (text as a whole)

RCV

-

218, 435, 33

Requests for split votes

Renew:

§ 26

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘alongside and’

Second part

:

those words

ID:

§ 7

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘the activation of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM)’ and ‘in addition to the imminent European Support Scheme Mitigating Unemployment Risks in Emergency (SURE), designed to keep people in employment during the crisis;’

Second part

:

‘the activation of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM)’

Third part

:

‘in addition to the imminent European Support Scheme Mitigating Unemployment Risks in Emergency (SURE), designed to keep people in employment during the crisis;’

§ 8

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘and new own resources’ and ‘and acknowledges that additional measures are needed to prevent huge economic and social divergences and to achieve the EU's long-term social and environmental targets;’

Second part

:

‘and new own resources’

Third part

:

‘and acknowledges that additional measures are needed to prevent huge economic and social divergences and to achieve the EU's long-term social and environmental targets;’

§ 35

First part

:

‘Underlines that strengthening the role of the euro requires the right structural conditions,’

Second part

:

‘among which are the deepening of the European Monetary Union,’

Third part

:

‘the completion of the Banking Union’

Fourth part

:

‘and the completion of the Capital Markets Union;’

18.   Employment and social policies of the euro area 2020

Report: Klára Dobrev (A9-0183/2020)

Subject

Am No

Author

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

Alternative motion for a resolution

2

ID

RCV

-

89, 550, 53

§ 8

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

595, 57, 42

2/RCV

+

410, 211, 72

§ 12

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

651, 10, 33

2/RCV

+

430, 243, 20

§ 17

§

original text

RCV

+

463, 195, 36

§ 19

§

original text

RCV

+

373, 211, 109

§ 27

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

557, 68, 69

2/RCV

-

322, 351, 21

§ 28

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

557, 112, 25

2/RCV

+

387, 268, 38

§ 35

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

655, 20, 19

2/RCV

+

445, 185, 63

§ 42

1

PPE

RCV

-

231, 414, 48

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

487, 163, 44

2/RCV

+

381, 283, 30

Recital F

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

646, 18, 29

2/RCV

+

352, 287, 55

Recital I

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

594, 87, 13

2/RCV

+

483, 199, 12

Recital K

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

642, 17, 35

2/RCV

+

434, 206, 52

Recital M

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

672, 6, 16

2/RCV

+

399, 265, 30

Recital AB

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

656, 9, 29

2/RCV

+

365, 319, 10

EMPL committee resolution (text as a whole)

RCV

+

466, 189, 32

Requests for separate votes

S&D: § 17

Renew, PPE: § 19

Requests for split votes

Renew:

§ 12

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘recalls the President of the Commission's announcement that an EU unemployment benefit reinsurance scheme will be presented;’

Second part

:

those words

Recital F

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘which were unable to adequately reduce poverty and inequalities,’

Second part

:

those words

Recital I

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘a fair distribution of wealth’

Second part

:

those words

Recital M

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘including contract workers and workers employed through temporary agencies’

Second part

:

those words

PPE:

§ 28

First part

:

‘Calls on the Commission to present as swiftly as possible an EU child guarantee building on the three pillar approach of the Council recommendation of 2013 on investing in children, as well as a rights-based, comprehensive and integrated anti-poverty strategy with a designated poverty reduction target, and an EU framework on national homelessness strategies by adopting the “Housing First” principle, as well as a post 2020 EU Roma Strategic Framework with concrete objectives and national funding; calls on the Commission to also conduct a comparative study on the different minimum income schemes in the Member States, which provide a social protection floor and safety net for those in need, and to highlight best practice cases’

Second part

:

‘with a view to presenting a framework in this regard;’

§ 35

First part

:

‘Calls on Member States to provide accessible and affordable quality childcare and early education services, as well as short- and long-term care and social services, including for the elderly and people with disabilities, in order to facilitate independent living and women's participation in the labour market; calls, in this regard, on the Member States to swiftly and fully implement the Directive on work-life balance for parents and carers;’

Second part

:

‘calls for the development of an EU framework for care services to set minimum standards and quality guidelines;’

§ 42

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘to develop common indicators and methodologies to monitor health and the performance of healthcare systems with a view to reducing inequalities,’

Second part

:

those words

Recital AB

First part

:

‘whereas in the next decade, job polarisation is expected to grow further, and jobs in the higher and lower skills spectrum are expected to increase; whereas this trend is likely to be further reinforced by the pandemic;’

Second part

:

‘whereas progressive taxation is a necessary precondition for reducing overall inequality, and financing well-functioning welfare states;’

S&D:

§ 27

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘use of soft law initiatives encouraging and incentivising’ and ‘(through peer pressure rather than obligations)’

Second part

:

those words

Renew, PPE:

§ 8

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘Welcomes the Commission's SURE proposal as an emergency measure to support Member States' short-time work schemes for the COVID-19 crisis, and, as a result, to increase the chances of companies obtaining the liquidity necessary for resuming economic activity and safeguarding jobs; takes note of the temporary nature of the instrument;’

Second part

:

‘invites the Commission, therefore, to examine the possibility of a permanent special instrument to be activated — upon request by Member States — in case of any unexpected crisis that leads to a steady rise in expenditure for short-time work schemes and similar measures;’

Recital K

First part

:

‘whereas the euro area unemployment rate is expected to increase from 7.5 % in 2019 to about 9.5 % in 2020, with substantial differences among Member States; whereas unemployment is set to rise unevenly across sectors, genders, age and socio-economic groups; whereas national short-time working schemes, wage subsidies and support for businesses, backed by European measures, enable jobs to be maintained and salaries to be broadly kept unchanged; whereas many jobs remain at very high risk in the medium term, and significant effort will be needed to tackle unemployment;’

Second part

:

‘whereas, in the future, a European unemployment reinsurance scheme could limit such differences by assisting Member States to cover the costs directly related to the creation or extension of national short-time work schemes;’

19.   Deforestation

Report: Delara Burkhardt (A9-0179/2020) (majority of Parliament's component Members)

Subject

Am No

Author

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

§ 1

5= 20=

ECR PPE

RCV

-

307, 369, 11

§ 7

21

PPE

RCV

-

300, 352, 35

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

614, 67, 6

2/RCV

+

387, 289, 11

§ 9

22

PPE

RCV

-

306, 369, 12

§ 11

23

PPE

RCV

-

237, 424, 26

§

original text

RCV

+

429, 180, 78

§ 12

§

original text

RCV

+

359, 242, 86

§ 14

24

PPE

RCV

-

299, 382, 6

§ 15

25

PPE

RCV

-

304, 353, 30

§ 16

26

PPE

RCV

-

295, 383, 9

§

original text

RCV

+

364, 259, 63

§ 17

§

original text

RCV

+

412, 227, 48

§ 18

§

original text

RCV

+

404, 242, 41

§ 19

27

PPE

RCV

-

302, 380, 5

§

original text

RCV

+

380, 271, 36

§ 24

6= 28=

ECR PPE

split

 

 

1/RCV

-

300, 372, 15

2/RCV

-

179, 466, 42

§ 27

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

373, 263, 51

2/RCV

+

377, 260, 50

§ 28

29

PPE

RCV

-

332, 346, 9

§ 30

§

original text

RCV

+

356, 297, 34

§ 31

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

606, 24, 57

2/RCV

+

356, 303, 28

After § 31

30

PPE

RCV

+

538, 143, 6

§ 37

31

PPE

RCV

-

265, 350, 72

§ 47

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

480, 192, 15

2/RCV

+

542, 141, 4

§ 48

§

original text

RCV

+

373, 266, 48

§ 60

32

PPE

RCV

-

305, 349, 33

§ 61

33

PPE

RCV

+

376, 281, 30

§

original text

RCV

 

§ 63

§

original text

RCV

+

400, 213, 72

§ 64

§

original text

RCV

+

389, 282, 16

§ 68

34

PPE

RCV

-

320, 352, 15

§ 69

35

PPE

RCV

+

374, 298, 15

§ 72

§

original text

RCV

+

391, 277, 19

§ 74

36

PPE

RCV

-

282, 344, 61

§

original text

RCV

+

426, 251, 10

After § 74

37

PPE

RCV

+

355, 281, 51

§ 76

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

652, 31, 4

2/RCV

+

350, 296, 41

After § 76

3

Verts/ALE

RCV

+

354, 318, 15

4

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

228, 433, 26

§ 79

38

PPE

RCV

-

291, 356, 40

§

original text

RCV

+

354, 272, 61

§ 87

39

PPE

RCV

-

285, 382, 20

§ 103

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

444, 239, 4

2/RCV

+

366, 310, 11

§ 112

2

S&D

RCV

+

645, 19, 23

Citation 2

1

S&D

RCV

+

653, 11, 23

Recital F

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

468, 212, 7

2/RCV

+

412, 266, 9

Recital H

§

original text

RCV

+

450, 228, 9

Recital J

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

636, 5, 46

2/RCV

-

281, 395, 11

Recital P

§

original text

RCV

+

568, 76, 43

Amendments to Annex

Point 2, § 1

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

500, 90, 97

2/RCV

+

506, 140, 41

3/RCV

+

438, 195, 54

Point 2, § 2, introduction

7= 40=

ECR PPE

RCV

-

312, 341, 34

Point 2, § 2, indent 1

8= 41=

ECR PPE

RCV

-

307, 346, 33

Point 2, § 2, indent 2

42

PPE

RCV

-

301, 349, 35

9

ECR

RCV

-

129, 527, 30

Point 2, § 3

§

original text

RCV

+

444, 175, 67

Point 2, after § 3

43

PPE

RCV

+

385, 264, 37

Point 2, § 4

10= 44=

ECR PPE

RCV

-

307, 367, 12

Point 2, § 6

45

PPE

RCV

-

171, 454, 61

Point 3.3, § 1

46

PPE

RCV

+

372, 283, 31

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

 

2/RCV

 

Point 3.3, § 2

§

original text

RCV

+

391, 251, 44

Point 4.1, § 1

11= 47=

ECR PPE

RCV

-

310, 345, 31

Point 4.1, § 3, introduction

12= 48=

ECR PPE

RCV

-

297, 360, 29

Point 4.1, §3 (a), introduction

13= 49=

ECR PPE

RCV

-

303, 339, 44

Point 4.1 (a), § 1

14= 50=

ECR PPE

RCV

-

307, 368, 11

Point 4.1 (a), § 2

§

original text

RCV

+

370, 270, 46

Point 4.1 (a), § 3

§

original text

RCV

+

365, 272, 49

Point 4.1 (b), § 1

15= 51=

ECR PPE

RCV

-

309, 346, 31

Point 4.1 (b), after § 1

52

PPE

RCV

+

366, 274, 46

Point 4.1 (c), § 1

16= 53=

ECR PPE

RCV

-

308, 344, 34

§

original text

RCV

+

368, 258, 60

Point 4.1 (d), introduction

§

original text

RCV

+

412, 236, 38

Point 4.1 (d), § 1

§

original text

RCV

+

403, 241, 42

Point 4.1 (e), introduction

17= 54=

ECR PPE

RCV

-

295, 355, 36

Point 4.1 (e), § 1

18= 55=

ECR PPE

RCV

-

292, 354, 40

Point 4.1 (f), § 1

19= 56=

ECR PPE

RCV

-

296, 344, 46

Point 5.1, § 1, introduction

57

PPE

RCV

-

320, 350, 15

Point 5.1 (a) i

58

PPE

RCV

+

394, 272, 20

Point 5.1 (c)

59

PPE

RCV

-

332, 341, 13

Point 5.1 (c), § 2, introduction

60

PPE

RCV

-

292, 377, 17

Point 5.2

§

original text

RCV

+

347, 288, 51

Resolution (text as a whole)

RCV

+

377, 75, 243

Requests for separate votes

Renew: §§ 11, 12, 79

ECR: §§ 16, 19, 30, 74; Annex, point 3.3, § 2; recital P

PPE: §§ 12, 17, 18, 27, 30, 48, 61, 63, 64, 72; Recitals F, H; Annex, point 2, § 1, point 2 § 3, point 4.1 (a), § 2, point 4.1 (a), § 3, point 4.1 (c), § 1, point 4.1 (d), introduction, point 4.1 (d), § 1, point 5.2

Requests for split votes

Renew:

§ 7

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘activities in such a way as to maximise their capacity for carbon storage and biodiversity protection,’

Second part

:

those words

§ 27

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the second reference to the word: ‘harvesting’

Second part

:

this word

§ 76

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘notes further that the current criteria do not take sufficient account of fossil raw materials used in biofuel production;’

Second part

:

those words

Recital F

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘in such a way as to maximise their capacity for carbon storage and biodiversity protection’

Second part

:

those words

ID:

§ 103

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘adopt a climate and environment proof Multiannual Financial Framework’ and ‘calls for a Green Deal Check of the MFF and all European budgets’

Second part

:

those words

ECR:

§ 31

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘size or’

Second part

:

those words

§ 47

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘in the context of the “do no harm” principle as highlighted in the communication on the European Green Deal’

Second part

:

those words

Annex, point 3.3, § 1

First part

:

‘The Commission's legislative proposal should contain definitions as to what constitutes a “forest”, a “natural forest” that possesses many or most of the characteristics of a forest native to the given site, even in the presence of human activities, “deforestation”, “forest degradation”, a “natural ecosystem”, “ecosystem degradation” and “ecosystem conversion”, as well as “sustainable management”. Those definitions should be based on objective and scientific considerations and take into account relevant sources of international law and international organisations, as well as other initiatives providing for suitable definitions, such as the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations, the European Environmental Agency,’

Second part

:

‘the Accountability Framework Initiative or the High Carbon Stock Approach.’

PPE:

Amendment 28

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘emphasises that the same legal framework should apply to all financial institutions authorised to operate in the Union and that are providing money to companies that harvest, extract, produce, process forest and ecosystem-risk commodities and derived products;’

Second part

:

those words

Recital J

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘(though its quality has declined)’

Second part

:

those words

ECR, PPE:

Annex, point 2, § 1

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘size’ and ‘or that provides financing to the operators undertaking these activities’

Second part

:

‘size’ and ‘or that provides financing to the operators undertaking these activities’

Third part

:

‘or that provides financing to the operators undertaking these activities’

20.   Gender Equality in EU's foreign and security policy

Report: Ernest Urtasun (A9-0145/2020)

Subject

Am No

Author

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

§ 1

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

536, 86, 65

2/RCV

+

357, 179, 151

§ 5

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

555, 37, 94

2/RCV

+

476, 148, 62

§ 7

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

620, 26, 41

2/RCV

+

339, 326, 22

§ 9

§

original text

RCV

+

362, 278, 47

§ 11

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

522, 145, 20

2/RCV

+

471, 147, 68

§ 13

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

659, 20, 8

2/RCV

+

479, 140, 66

§ 15

2

MEPs

RCV

-

310, 360, 17

§ 16

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

530, 144, 13

2/RCV

+

364, 292, 30

§ 17

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

522, 146, 19

2/RCV

+

354, 316, 17

§ 19

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

512, 72, 102

2/RCV

+

604, 34, 49

§ 24

3

MEPs

RCV

-

314, 354, 19

§ 25

4

MEPs

RCV

-

294, 369, 24

§ 26

5

MEPs

RCV

+

459, 214, 14

§ 29

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

511, 74, 102

2/RCV

-

326, 343, 18

§ 39

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

566, 72, 48

2/RCV

+

478, 141, 67

§ 40

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

488, 111, 87

2/RCV

+

459, 146, 80

3/RCV

+

382, 266, 38

§ 47

6

MEPs

RCV

+

400, 268, 19

Recital C

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

579, 65, 43

2/RCV

+

370, 280, 37

Recital E

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

544, 68, 75

2/RCV

+

378, 258, 51

Recital G

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

660, 19, 8

2/RCV

+

484, 138, 64

Recital O

1

MEPs

RCV

+

391, 277, 19

Recital S

§

original text

RCV

+

445, 164, 76

Recital V

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

535, 107, 45

2/RCV

+

473, 152, 60

Resolution (text as a whole)

RCV

+

477, 112, 94

Requests for separate votes

71 MEPs: § 9; Recital S

Requests for split votes

71 MEPs:

§ 1

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘in all sectors’

Second part

:

those words

§ 5

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘, including SRHR’

Second part

:

those words

§ 7

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the word: ‘feminist’

Second part

:

this word

§ 11

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘, including SRHR’

Second part

:

those words

§ 13

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘and SRHR’

Second part

:

those words

§ 16

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘to accurately track all related spending’ and ‘ex-ante and ex-post’

Second part

:

those words

§ 17

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the word: ‘all’

Second part

:

this word

§ 19

First part

:

‘Recognises that humanitarian crises intensify SRHR-related challenges and recalls that in crisis zones, particularly among vulnerable groups such as refugees and migrants, women and girls are particularly exposed to sexual violence, sexually transmitted diseases, sexual exploitation, rape as a weapon of war and unwanted pregnancies; calls on the Commission and Member States to give high priority to gender equality and SRHR in their humanitarian aid response, as well as accountability and access to justice and redress for sexual and reproductive rights violations and gender-based violence, including in terms of training for humanitarian actors and existing and future funding;’

Second part

:

‘highlights the importance of the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) Recommendation on Ending Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and Harassment in Development Co-operation and Humanitarian Assistance; welcomes, in this context, the focus of stakeholders active in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian assistance on addressing abuse and harassment in conflict-related settings; calls on the Commission and Member States to advocate for the inclusion of women's rights organisations, as well as women-led organisations and defenders of women's human rights, in humanitarian coordination and decision-making structures;’

§ 29

First part

:

‘Highlights that women's participation in CSDP missions contributes to the effectiveness of the mission and is a driver of the EU's credibility as a proponent of equal rights for men and women worldwide; welcomes the fact that all civilian CSDP missions have now appointed a gender adviser and calls on the military CSDP missions to do the same; encourages EU Member States to put forward women as candidates for existing vacancies; calls for all EU-deployed military and civilian personnel to be sufficiently trained on gender equality and WPS, and specifically on how to integrate a gender perspective into their tasks; regrets that the number of women working in CSDP missions and especially in military operations remains very low; urges the EEAS to promote the need for a concrete target for and political commitment to increasing the number of women in the EU's crisis management missions and operations; urges the Member States to look at ways to strengthen recruitment and retention policies and promote women's participation in peacebuilding and peacekeeping missions;’

Second part

:

‘stresses the need to include a new EU budget line that would finance the position of gender advisers in military CSDP missions;’

§ 39

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘and SRHR’

Second part

:

those words

§ 40

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘, safe and legal abortion services,’ and ‘calls on the Commission to counter the impact of the “global gag rule” by significantly supporting SRHR funding through the financing instruments available in the EU's external dimension;’

Second part

:

‘, safe and legal abortion services,’

Third part

:

‘calls on the Commission to counter the impact of the “global gag rule” by significantly supporting SRHR funding through the financing instruments available in the EU's external dimension;’

Recital C

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘, such as Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland and Norway,’, ‘France, Spain, Luxembourg, Ireland, Cyprus and Germany, among’ as well as ‘promote a gender transformative vision of foreign policy that gives priority to’

Second part

:

those words

Recital E

First part

:

‘whereas a foreign and security policy that does not represent women, girls and LGBTI+ rights and does not address current injustices further reinforces imbalances;’

Second part

:

‘whereas anyone who wants to put an end to these injustices must recognise the unequal balance of power between the genders;’

Recital G

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘, restricted access to sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) services,’ as well as ‘including SRHR,’

Second part

:

those words

Recital V

First part

:

Text as a whole excluding the words: ‘, SRHR’

Second part

:

those words

Miscellaneous

Isabel Benjumea Benjumea (PPE Group) had withdrawn her name from the amendments to the report.

21.   Common Agricultural Policy — support for strategic plans to be drawn up by Member States and financed by the EAGF and by the EAFRD ***I

Report: Peter Jahr (A8-0200/2019)

Subject

Am No

Author

RCV etc.

Vote

RCV/EV — remarks

Proposal to reject the Commission proposal

Proposal to reject the Commission proposal

1147

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

166, 503, 22

Amendments put to the vote pursuant to Article 183(3)

Article 12

1128

PPE, S&D, Renew

RCV

+

517, 152, 22

Article 13

1129

PPE, S&D, Renew

RCV

+

593, 81, 18

Article 28

1130

PPE, S&D, Renew

RCV

+

480, 187, 24

After Article 28

1131

PPE, S&D, Renew

RCV

+

469, 198, 24

1132

PPE, S&D, Renew

RCV

+

485, 184, 22

Article 65

1133

PPE, S&D, Renew

RCV

+

474, 181, 36

Article 68

1139

PPE, S&D, Renew

RCV

+

430, 193, 68

After Article 86

1134

PPE, S&D, Renew

RCV

+

432, 219, 40

Article 87

1135

PPE, S&D, Renew

RCV

+

536, 114, 42

Article 90

1136

PPE, S&D, Renew

RCV

+

473, 169, 50

After Article 107

1137

PPE, S&D, Renew

RCV

+

588, 69, 35

After Article 139

1138

PPE, S&D, Renew

RCV

+

615, 65, 12

Annex III

1141

PPE, S&D, Renew

RCV

+

422, 209, 60

After recital 22

1127

PPE, S&D, Renew

RCV

+

582, 86, 24

Amendments by the committee responsible

Amendments by the committee responsible - block vote

2-6, 8-9, 14-17, 19-20, 23-25, 27, 31-32, 34-49, 51, 53-54, 56-65, 67-77, 79-85, 100, 115-116, 119, 121, 125, 128, 132, 160, 179-181, 184, 191-198, 200-202, 215-216, 221-223, 239, 243-247, 249-250, 252-259, 261-266, 268-272, 274, 276-277, 279-287, 290, 292, 301-335, 338, 340, 343, 346-350, 356, 367-376, 378-379, 381-382, 384-391, 394-399, 428-430, 451-452, 498-499, 501-503, 516-520, 522-540, 542, 554-557, 562, 564-565, 569-570, 578-583, 585-590, 592-609, 611-613, 616-617, 629-630, 636-639, 641-643, 645-647, 649-657, 659-663, 665-676, 678-698, 700-708, 710-715, 718-724

committee

RCV

+

625, 41, 28

Amendments by the committee responsible - separate vote

7

committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

622, 67, 5

2/RCV

+

505, 185, 4

26

committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

657, 32, 5

2/RCV

+

551, 131, 12

50

committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

664, 14, 16

2/RCV

+

570, 110, 14

52

committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

623, 68, 3

2/RCV

+

591, 100, 3

55

committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

614, 75, 5

2/RCV

+

567, 119, 8

66

committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

613, 77, 4

2/RCV

+

360, 324, 10

78

committee

RCV

+

608, 61, 24

127

committee

RCV

+

568, 116, 10

161

committee

RCV

+

397, 291, 6

199

committee

RCV

+

564, 109, 21

206

committee

RCV

+

654, 34, 6

214

committee

RCV

+

481, 207, 6

238

committee

RCV

+

362, 320, 12

242

committee

RCV

+

352, 338, 4

248

committee

RCV

+

526, 43, 125

278

committee

RCV

-

332, 349, 13

282

committee

RCV

+

572, 117, 5

288

committee

RCV

+

596, 91, 7

297

committee

RCV

-

204, 426, 64

299

committee

RCV

-

177, 457, 60

352

committee

RCV

-

245, 439, 10

392

committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

624, 62, 7

2/RCV

+

649, 36, 8

454

committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

618, 69, 6

2/RCV

+

413, 273, 7

504

committee

RCV

+

380, 306, 7

513

committee

RCV

+

490, 142, 61

514

committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

608, 69, 16

2/RCV

+

560, 123, 10

515

committee

RCV

+

406, 281, 6

541

committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

581, 51, 61

2/RCV

+

473, 159, 61

553

committee

RCV

-

309, 377, 7

584

committee

RCV

+

342, 329, 22

610

committee

RCV

+

558, 130, 5

614

committee

RCV

-

322, 352, 19

615

committee

RCV

+

407, 274, 12

640

committee

RCV

+

493, 191, 9

648

committee

RCV

+

389, 244, 60

658

committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

612, 74, 7

2/RCV

+

358, 273, 62

664

committee

RCV

+

567, 119, 7

Amendments to Article 3

§ 1, after point (b)

862= 1184= 1343=

GUE/NGL Verts/ALE Verts/ALE

RCV

-

232, 438, 22

§ 1, after point (i)

863

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

276, 389, 29

§ 1, after point (j)

864

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

284, 400, 10

Amendments to Article 4

§ 1, introduction

86= 1148CP1=

committee PPE, Renew

RCV

+

608, 78, 8

1005

ID

RCV

 

§ 1 (a)

866

GUE/NGL

RCV

+

420, 237, 36

1185

Verts/ALE

RCV

+

518, 168, 7

§ 1 (b), introduction

1006

ID

RCV

-

81, 586, 25

87= 1148CP2=

committee PPE, Renew

RCV

+

551, 124, 18

1186

Verts/ALE

RCV

 

§ 1 (b) (i)

1007

ID

RCV

-

83, 604, 5

1187

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

333, 352, 9

1148CP3

PPE, Renew

RCV

+

601, 79, 14

88

committee

RCV

 

§ 1 (b) (ii)

1148CP4

PPE, Renew

RCV

+

474, 208, 12

§ 1 (b) (iii)

89CP1

committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

-

175, 510, 8

2/RCV

-

130, 556, 7

1148CP5

PPE, Renew

RCV

+

391, 290, 13

867CP1

GUE/NGL

RCV

 

804CP1

ENVI committee

RCV

 

1148CP6

PPE, Renew

RCV

+

404, 281, 8

867CP2

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

198, 488, 7

1148CP7

PPE, Renew

RCV

+

482, 202, 9

89CP2= 804CP3=

committee ENVI committee

RCV

+

518, 170, 5

§ 1 (b) after sub§ (iii)

804CP2

ENVI committee

RCV

-

276, 398, 19

1148CP9

PPE, Renew

RCV

+

544, 128, 21

1008

ID

RCV

-

88, 597, 7

90= 1148CP8=

committee PPE, Renew

RCV

+

631, 46, 16

1102

ECR

RCV

-

256, 371, 66

§ 1 (c), introduction

91= 1148CP10=

committee PPE, Renew

RCV

+

626, 58, 10

§ 1 (c) (i)

868

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

135, 516, 42

1148CP11

PPE, Renew

RCV

+

535, 89, 70

92

committee

RCV

 

§ 1 (c) after sub§ (i)

1148CP12

PPE, Renew

RCV

+

598, 75, 21

§ 1 (c), sub§ 2

93= 1148CP13

committee PPE, Renew

RCV

+

556, 107, 30

§ 1 (d)

1009D

ID

RCV

-

53, 585, 54

1148CP14

PPE, Renew

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

456, 226, 12

2/RCV

+

474, 206, 14

869

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

215, 445, 34

94

committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

538, 153, 3

2/RCV

-

249, 384, 61

870

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

241, 390, 60

1010

ID

RCV

-

56, 582, 54

§ 1 after point (d)

1103

ECR

RCV

-

308, 353, 33

§ 1 (e)

95= 1148CP15=

committee PPE, Renew

RCV

+

630, 46, 16

§ 1 after point (e) and § 2

96-99= 1148CP16=

committee PPE, Renew

RCV

+

626, 42, 24

Amendments to Article 5

§ 1 introduction and point (a)

101+ 102 = 1149CP1=

committee PPE, Renew

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

610, 77, 5

2/RCV

+

542, 145, 5

871

GUE/NGL

RCV

 

§ 1 (b)

1011

ID

RCV

-

78, 603, 10

805

ENVI committee

RCV

-

291, 371, 30

1149CP2

PPE, Renew

RCV

+

564, 101, 27

103

committee

RCV

 

§ 1 (c)

872

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

269, 362, 61

104= 1149CP3=

committee PPE, Renew

RCV

+

621, 65, 6

§ 2

105= 1149CP4

committee PPE, Renew

RCV

+

632, 38, 22

Amendments to Article 6

§ 1 (a)

873

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

320, 367, 6

106

committee

RCV

+

589, 88, 15

1188

Verts/ALE

RCV

 

1012

ID

RCV

 

§ 1 after point (a)

739

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

102, 500, 90

§ 1 (b)

1189

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

173, 463, 56

107

committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

580, 108, 4

2/RCV

+

441, 248, 3

874

GUE/NGL

RCV

 

§ 1 (c)

875

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

228, 460, 4

108

committee

RCV

+

549, 138, 5

1190

Verts/ALE

RCV

 

§ 1 after point (c)

740

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

322, 358, 11

§ 1 (d)

1013D

ID

RCV

-

31, 603, 56

1150CP1

PPE, Renew

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

349, 334, 8

2/RCV

+

327, 306, 58

109

committee

RCV

 

1014

ID

RCV

 

1191

Verts/ALE

RCV

 

876

GUE/NGL

RCV

 

806CP1

ENVI committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

 

2/RCV

 

§ 1 (e)

877= 1192=

GUE/NGL Verts/ALE

RCV

-

186, 497, 8

806CP2

ENVI committee

RCV

-

289, 343, 59

110

committee

RCV

+

372, 273, 44

1150CP2

PPE, Renew

RCV

 

§ 1 (f)

1193

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

193, 442, 56

806CP3

ENVI committee

RCV

-

342, 342, 7

878

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

188, 498, 5

1150CP3

PPE, Renew

RCV

+

458, 166, 67

111

committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

 

2/RCV

 

§ 1 (g)

112= 1150CP4=

committee PPE, Renew

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

585, 97, 8

2/RCV

+

512, 120, 59

1194

Verts/ALE

RCV

 

§ 1 (h)

1150CP5

PPE, Renew

RCV

+

378, 299, 14

113

committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

 

2/RCV

 

806CP4= 1195=

ENVI committee Verts/ALE

RCV

 

879

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

203, 478, 10

§ 1 (i)

114

committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

-

106, 582, 3

2/RCV

-

134, 550, 6

880

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

64, 617, 10

1015

ID

RCV

-

83, 601, 5

1150CP6

PPE, Renew

RCV

+

350, 306, 35

806CP5= 1196=

ENVI committee Verts/ALE

RCV

 

§ 1 after point (i)

1197

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

173, 509, 9

After § 2

1016

ID

RCV

-

114, 562, 14

1198

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

268, 404, 19

After Article 6

1199

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

234, 442, 15

881

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

228, 451, 11

Amendments to Article 7

§ 1, sub§ 1 (b)

117

committee

RCV

+

359, 324, 8

1200

Verts/ALE

RCV

 

§ 1, sub§ 1 (c)

118

committee

RCV

+

470, 207, 13

882= 1201=

GUE/NGL Verts/ALE

RCV

 

§ 2

883

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

277, 408, 7

120

committee

RCV

+

587, 60, 44

After § 2

1017

ID

RCV

-

86, 585, 19

Amendments to Article 9

§ 1

122= 1117CP1=

committee PPE

RCV

+

614, 43, 34

884

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

276, 405, 11

After § 1

885

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

281, 407, 4

1104

ECR

RCV

+

445, 237, 10

§ 2

123= 1117CP2=

committee PPE

RCV

+

643, 8, 41

After § 2

1117CP3

PPE

RCV

+

550, 59, 83

§ 3

124= 1117CP4=

committee PPE

RCV

+

646, 11, 34

After § 3

1105

ECR

RCV

-

333, 347, 12

After Article 9

731= 807=

S&D ENVI

RCV

+

531, 154, 7

808

ENVI committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

553, 132, 6

2/RCV

-

300, 373, 19

Amendments to Article 10

Before § 1

126

committee

RCV

+

585, 98, 8

1018

ID

RCV

 

After § 1

886

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

141, 536, 14

After Article 10

809

ENVI committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

366, 311, 14

2/RCV

-

289, 390, 12

Amendments to Article 11

§ 1, introduction

129= 1156CP1

committee Renew

RCV

-

245, 435, 12

810CP1

ENVI committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

-

268, 413, 11

2/RCV

-

144, 541, 7

1202

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

173, 428, 91

1151CP1

PPE, Renew

RCV

+

425, 188, 79

1203= 1344=

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

274, 410, 8

§ 1 (a)

810CP2= 887= 1151CP2=

ENVI committee GUE/NGL PPE, Renew

RCV

+

540, 88, 64

130= 1156CP2

committee Renew

RCV

 

§ 2

131= 1156CP3=

committee Renew

split

 

 

1/RCV

-

275, 408, 9

2/RCV

-

235, 450, 7

810CP3

ENVI committee

RCV

-

283, 401, 8

1151CP3

PPE, Renew

RCV

+

570, 109, 13

After § 2

1019

ID

RCV

-

103, 572, 15

After § 4

1106

ECR

RCV

-

124, 551, 17

1204= 1206= 1345= 1346=

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

295, 380, 17

After Article 11

1205

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

159, 512, 20

888

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

149, 527, 15

732

S&D

RCV

+

350, 325, 17

Amendments after Article 13

After Article 13

811

ENVI committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

589, 94, 9

2/RCV

-

309, 326, 57

Amendments to Article 14

After § 1

890

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

206, 463, 19

§ 2 (c)

891

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

205, 475, 12

Amendments to Article 15

§ 1, introduction

1024

ID

RCV

-

45, 617, 30

1023

ID

RCV

-

76, 585, 31

733CP1= 1207CP1=

S&D Verts/ALE

RCV

-

240, 397, 57

162= 760= 1118CP1= 1126CP1=

committee MEPs PPE PPE

RCV

-

325, 329, 40

892

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

133, 553, 8

§ 1 (a)

761D= 1025D=

MEPs ID

RCV

-

285, 373, 36

893

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

134, 553, 7

§ 1 (b)

762D= 1026D=

MEPs ID

RCV

-

289, 367, 37

894

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

135, 551, 8

§ 1 (c)

763D= 1027D=

MEPs ID

RCV

-

288, 370, 36

895

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

134, 551, 9

§ 1 (d)

764D= 1028D=

MEPs ID

RCV

-

285, 370, 39

896

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

133, 552, 9

§ 2, sub§ 1, introduction

163= 733CP2= 765= 897= 1118CP2= 1126CP2= 1207CP2=

committee S&D MEPs GUE/NGL PPE PPE Verts/ALE

RCV

+

595, 69, 29

§ 2, sub§ 1 (a)

898D

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

42, 617, 35

164= 733CP3= 766= 1118CP3= 1126CP3= 1207CP3=

committee S&D MEPs PPE PPE Verts/ALE

RCV

+

500, 160, 33

§ 2, sub§ 1 (b)

165D= 733CP4D= 899S= 1118CP4D= 1126CP4D= 1207CP4D=

committee S&D GUE/NGL PPE PPE Verts/ALE

RCV

+

539, 124, 31

§ 2, sub§ 1, after point (b)

166= 767= 900= 1118CP5= 1126CP5=

committee MEPs GUE/NGL PPE PPE

RCV

+

400, 250, 44

733CP6= 1207CP6=

S&D Verts/ALE

RCV

 

1029

ID

RCV

-

95, 568, 29

§ 2, sub§ 2

901D

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

102, 563, 29

733CP5= 1207CP5=

S&D Verts/ALE

RCV

-

238, 443, 13

167= 768= 1118CP6= 1126CP6

committee MEPs PPE PPE

RCV

+

402, 256, 36

After § 2

1096= 1126CP7=

PPE Members

RCV

+

350, 250, 94

§ 3, sub§ 1

168= 733CP7= 769= 1118CP7= 1126CP8= 1207CP7=

committee S&D MEPs PPE PPE Verts/ALE

RCV

+

573, 55, 66

§ 3, sub§ 2

169= 733CP8= 770= 1118CP8= 1126CP9= 1207CP8

committee S&D MEPs PPE PPE Verts/ALE

RCV

+

527, 105, 62

902

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

174, 486, 34

§ 3 a

170= 733CP9= 771= 1118CP9= 1126CP10= 1207CP9=

committee S&D MEPs PPE PPE Verts/ALE

RCV

+

559, 53, 82

§ 3 b

733CP10= 772= 1118CP10= 1126CP11=

S&D MEPs PPE PPE

RCV

+

348, 248, 98

171

committee

RCV

 

§ 3 c

172= 773= 903= 1118CP11= 1126CP12=

committee MEPs GUE/NGL PPE PPE

RCV

+

611, 48, 35

§ 3 d

774

MEPs

RCV

-

255, 326, 113

§ 4

173S= 775S= 1118CP12S= 1126CP13S=

committee MEPs PPE PPE

RCV

+

586, 99, 9

Amendments to Article 16

§ 1

174= 1208= 1213CP1=

committee Verts/ALE Verts/ALE

RCV

+

623, 65, 6

§ 2, sub§ 1

1209

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

103, 576, 15

1213CP2

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

105, 576, 12

1030

ID

RCV

-

73, 586, 33

904

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

143, 496, 55

175

committee

RCV

+

476, 180, 38

§ 2, sub§ 2, introduction

1210= 1213CP3=

Verts/ALE Verts/ALE

RCV

-

112, 571, 11

176

committee

RCV

+

472, 187, 35

1031

ID

RCV

 

§ 2, sub§ 2 (a)

1211D

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

100, 588, 5

177

committee

RCV

+

456, 227, 11

§ 2, sub§ 2 (b)

1212D

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

173, 510, 11

178

committee

RCV

+

635, 49, 10

Amendments to Article 17

After § 3

813CP1= 905=

ENVI committee GUE/NGL

RCV

-

285, 372, 35

813CP2= 906= 1215= 1348=

ENVI committee GUE/NGL Verts/ALE Verts/ALE

RCV

-

240, 414, 40

1214= 1347=

Verts/ALE Verts/ALE

RCV

-

289, 316, 89

Amendments to Article 18

§ 1a

1032

ID

RCV

-

75, 600, 16

§ 2 and after § 2

1119

PPE

RCV

+

400, 273, 21

182

committee

RCV

 

183

committee

RCV

 

Amendments to Article 20

Article 20

1120

PPE

RCV

+

511, 157, 26

185-189

committee

RCV

 

Amendments to Article 25

§ 1

741

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

205, 456, 32

204

committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

627, 62, 5

2/RCV

+

405, 277, 12

1157CP1

Renew

RCV

 

After § 1

1157CP2

Renew

RCV

-

225, 427, 42

205-208

committee

RCV

+

651, 32, 11

Amendments to Article 26

§ 1

1033

ID

RCV

-

116, 569, 7

§ 2

1158CP1

Renew

RCV

-

208, 474, 12

209

committee

RCV

+

604, 76, 14

1034

ID

RCV

-

81, 577, 34

§ 3

907

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

70, 613, 11

1216

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

154, 536, 4

1158CP2

Renew

RCV

-

166, 510, 18

210

committee

RCV

+

618, 61, 15

After § 3

1217

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

137, 545, 12

1158CP3= 211=

Renew committee

RCV

+

502, 167, 25

1158CP4

Renew

RCV

-

174, 501, 19

212

committee

RCV

+

648, 39, 7

1218

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

278, 368, 48

213

committee

RCV

+

620, 67, 7

742

GUE/NGL

RCV

 

217= 743= 1158CP5= 1219=

committee GUE/NGL Renew Verts/ALE

RCV

+

656, 10, 28

After Article 26

1220

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

328, 354, 12

Amendments to Article 27

§ 1

908

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

78, 483, 133

218= 1161CP1=

committee Renew

RCV

+

528, 159, 7

§ 2

909

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

74, 494, 126

1159

Renew

split

 

 

1/RCV

+

394, 277, 23

2/RCV

+

349, 323, 22

219= 1161CP2=

committee Renew

RCV

 

§ 3

1161CP3

Renew

RCV

+

578, 55, 61

220

committee

RCV

 

After § 3

1160-1161CP4

Renew

RCV

+

464, 215, 15

Amendments to Article 29

§ 2

240

committee

RCV

+

632, 58, 3

1162

Renew

RCV

+

496, 137, 60

§ 3

241

committee

RCV

+

495, 195, 3

916= 1225=

GUE/NGL Verts/ALE

RCV

 

After § 3

1226= 1350=

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

233, 452, 7

918

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

226, 444, 22

917

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

255, 416, 21

1163

Renew

RCV

+

415, 252, 26

Amendments to Article 30

§ 1

1040-1041

ID

RCV

-

109, 557, 24

After § 1

1115

MEPs

RCV

-

246, 416, 31

Amendments to Article 31

After § 1

1227= 1351=

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

249, 434, 10

922

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

251, 432, 10

§ 2

919

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

204, 472, 17

After § 2

920

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

244, 439, 10

921= 1228= 1352=

GUE/NGL Verts/ALE

RCV

-

221, 439, 33

1229= 1353=

Verts/ALE

RCV

+

335, 297, 60

Amendments to Article 39

§ 1

251= 1042=

committee ID

RCV

+

348, 340, 5

1043

ID

RCV

-

112, 565, 14

1230

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

336, 346, 10

1231

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

141, 539, 13

After § 1

1044

ID

RCV

-

122, 553, 16

1140

MEPs

RCV

-

273, 381, 39

Amendments to Article 42

§ 1

1045

ID

RCV

-

90, 597, 4

1047

ID

RCV

-

106, 580, 5

§ 1, point c

1046

ID

RCV

-

97, 584, 10

260

committee

RCV

+

675, 13, 4

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

 

2/RCV

 

Amendments to Article 43

§ 1

819CP1

ENVI committee

RCV

-

271, 414, 8

§ 1, point a

1048

ID

RCV

-

85, 604, 2

267

committee

RCV

+

452, 224, 17

819CP2

ENVI committee

RCV

+

465, 220, 8

§ 1, point b

§

original text

split

 

 

1/RCV

 

2/RCV

 

§ 1, point d

819CP3= 923=

ENVI committee GUE/NGL

RCV

-

295, 391, 7

273

committee

RCV

+

665, 13, 15

§ 1, point h

1049

ID

RCV

-

104, 582, 5

275

committee

RCV

+

642, 44, 7

924= 819CP4=

GUE/NGL ENVI committee

RCV

 

1050

ID

RCV

-

85, 602, 4

§ 1, point o

280

committee

RCV

+

661, 27, 5

819CP5

ENVI committee

RCV

 

§ 1, point p

281

committee

RCV

+

658, 17, 18

819CP6

ENVI committee

RCV

 

§ 2

289

committee

RCV

+

531, 157, 5

819CP7

ENVI committee

RCV

 

291

committee

RCV

+

662, 27, 4

819CP8

ENVI committee

RCV

 

1051

ID

RCV

-

111, 568, 13

745

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

53, 628, 13

Amendments to Article 44

Article 44

293-300

committee

RCV

+

359, 311, 23

1121

PPE

RCV

 

Amendments to Article 46

After Article 46

1107

ECR

RCV

-

270, 403, 20

1164

Renew

RCV

-

298, 328, 67

Amendments to Article 47

After Article 47

746

GUE/NGL

RCV

-

47, 526, 121

Amendments to Article 51

§ 1, introduction

820CP1

ENVI committee

RCV

-

282, 397, 9

336

committee

RCV

+

583, 59, 46

§ 1, point a

337

committee

RCV

+

388, 279, 21

820CP2

ENVI committee

RCV

 

§ 1, point b

339= 820CP3

committee ENVI committee

RCV

+

616, 51, 21

§ 1, point f

341

committee

RCV

+

645, 39, 4

820CPC4

ENVI committee

RCV

 

§ 1, point g

820CP5

ENVI committee

RCV

-

199, 483, 6

§ 1, point h

820CP6D= 1232D=

ENVI committee Verts/ALE

RCV

-

162, 503, 23

342

committee

RCV

+

518, 159, 11

§ 1, after point i

820CP7

ENVI committee

RCV

+

466, 212, 10

Amendments to Article 52

§ 1, point a

1233

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

254, 422, 12

344= 1122CP1=

committee PPE

RCV

+

588, 59, 41

§ 1, after points a, b, c, d, e

345-351= 1122CP2=

committee PPE

RCV

+

646, 9, 33

§ 1, point g

1234D

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

167, 506, 14

353= 1122CP3=

committee PPE

RCV

+

511, 141, 35

§ 1, after point g

354= 1122CP4=

committee PPE

RCV

+

572, 79, 37

§ 1, point h

1235D

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

156, 522, 10

355-357= 1122CP5=

committee PPE

RCV

+

519, 130, 39

§ 1, after point i

358-366= 1122CP6=

committee PPE

RCV

+

563, 88, 36

821

ENVI committee

split

 

 

1/RCV

 

2/RCV

 

Amendments to Article 53

§ 6

1236

Verts/ALE

RCV

-

185, 491, 12

Amendments to Article 54

§ 4

377