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Document C2004/102E/01

MINUTES
Monday 8 March 2004

OJ C 102E , 28.4.2004, p. 1–20 (ES, DA, DE, EL, EN, FR, IT, NL, PT, FI, SV)

28.4.2004   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

CE 102/1


MINUTES

(2004/C 102 E/01)

PROCEEDINGS OF THE SITTING

IN THE CHAIR: Pat COX

President

1.   Resumption of session

The sitting opened at 17.05.

2.   Statements by the President

The President made a statement condemning on behalf of Parliament the attack which took place in Baghdad on 2 March 2004, leaving more than 170 dead and 400 injured. He announced that he had conveyed Parliament's condolences to the families of the victims and to the Iraqi authorities.

Parliament observed a minute's silence.

The President then made a statement on the occasion of International Women's Day.

The following spoke on this subject: Lissy Gröner, Monica Frassoni, Pasqualina Napoletano, who suggested that a study be carried out concerning the input of women in Parliament (the President replied that he would refer the matter to Parliament's relevant services) Anna Karamanou, Chairman of the FEMM Committee, María Antonia Avilés Perea, Eija-Riitta Anneli Korhola, Nelly Maes, Freddy Blak, Ilda Figueiredo, María Luisa Bergaz Conesa, Marianne Eriksson, Astrid Lulling and Olle Schmidt.

3.   Approval of Minutes of previous sitting

Jan Mulder had informed the Presidency that he had been present at the sitting of 26 February 2004 but that his name was not on the attendance register.

The Minutes of the previous sitting were approved.

4.   Membership of committees

At the request of the PSE Group, Parliament ratified the following appointment:

Temporary Committee for safety at sea:

Juan de Dios Izquierdo Collado to replace Ewa Hedkvist Petersen.

5.   Membership of Parliament

The Polish authorities had announced the appointment of Jozef Kubica to replace Jozef Oleksy, as observer in Parliament, with effect from 2 March 2004.

6.   Documents received

The following documents had been received:

1)

from the Council and Commission:

Proposal for a Council Regulation amending Regulation (EC) No 976/1999 laying down the requirements for the implementation of Community operations, which, within the framework of Community cooperation policy, contribute to the general objective of developing and consolidating democracy and the rule of law and to that of respecting human rights and fundamental freedoms in third countries (6018/2004 — C5-0078/2004 — 2004/0807(CNS))

referred to

responsible: AFET

 

opinion: BUDG, DEVE

legal basis:

Article 181A(2) EC

Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Regulation (EC) No 2130/2001 on operations to aid uprooted people in Asian and Latin American developing countries (COM(2004) 126 — C5-0097/2004 — 2004/0040(COD))

referred to

responsible: DEVE

 

opinion: BUDG, CONT

legal basis:

Article 179(1) EC

Proposal for a European Parliament and Council Directive amending Directive 94/62/EC on packaging and packaging waste (COM(2004) 127 — C5-0100/2004 — 2004/0045(COD))

referred to

responsible: ENVI

 

opinion: ITRE

legal basis:

Article 95(1) EC

Proposal for a Council Regulation on standards for security features and biometrics in EU citizens' passports (COM(2004) 116 — C5-0101/2004 — 2004/0039(CNS))

referred to

responsible: LIBE

legal basis:

Article 62 EC

Amended proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on minimum safety requirements for tunnels in the Trans-European Road Network (COM(2004) 147 — C5-0102/2004 — 2002/0309(COD))

referred to

responsible: RETT

 

opinion: ENVI

legal basis:

Article 71(1) EC

Proposal for a Council Decision on the conclusion of the Agreement between the European Community and the Swiss Confederation providing for measures equivalent to those laid down in Council Directive 2003/48/EC of 3 June 2003 on taxation of savings income in the form of interest payments and the accompanying Memorandum of Understanding (COM(2004) 075 — C5-0103/2004 — 2004/0027(CNS))

referred to

responsible: ECON

 

opinion: JURI

legal basis:

Article 94 EC, Article 300(2) EC

Opinion of the Commission pursuant to Article 251(2), third subparagraph, point (c) of the EC Treaty, on the European Parliament's amendments to the Council's Common Position regarding the proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on Detergents (COM(2004) 138 — C5-0104/2004 — 2002/0216(COD))

referred to

responsible: ENVI

 

opinion: ITRE

legal basis:

Article 95 EC

Proposal for a Council Decision on the position of the European Community on the draft Regulation of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe on uniform technical prescriptions relating to the protection of motor vehicles against unauthorised use (5048/2004 — C5-0105/2004 — 2003/0248(AVC))

referred to

responsible: ITRE

 

opinion: RETT

Proposal for a Council Decision on the position of the European Community on the draft Regulation of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe on uniform technical prescriptions concerning the burning behaviour of materials used in the interior construction of certain categories of motor vehicles (5049/2004 — C5-0106/2004 — 2003/0247(AVC))

referred to

responsible: ITRE

 

opinion: ENVI, RETT

Proposal for a Council Decision on the position of the European Community on the draft Regulation of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe on uniform prescriptions concerning the type approval of tyres with respect to tyre rolling noise (5047/2004 — C5-0107/2004 — 2003/0254(AVC))

referred to

responsible: ITRE

 

opinion: ENVI, RETT

Draft amending budget No 1 for the financial year 2004 — Section III — Commission (6696/2004 — C5-0108/2004 — 2004/2009(BUD))

referred to

responsible: BUDG

 

opinion: all committees concerned

legal basis:

Article 272 EC, Article 177 EURATOM, Article 28 Accession Treaty

Draft amending budget No 2 for the financial year 2004 — Section VIII — Part B: European Data-Protection Supervisor (6699/2004 — C5-0109/2004 — 2004/2010(BUD))

referred to

responsible: BUDG

 

opinion: LIBE, all committees concerned

legal basis:

Article 272 EC, Article 177 EURATOM

Proposal for a Council Directive repealing Directive 72/462/EEC (COM(2004) 071 — C5-0110/2004 — 2004/0022(CNS))

referred to

responsible: ENVI

 

opinion: AGRI

legal basis:

Article 37 EC, Article 94 EC

Council of the European Union: Initiative of the Kingdom of Spain with a view to adopting a Council Directive on the obligation of carriers to communicate passenger data (6620/2004 — C5-0111/2004 — 2003/0809(CNS))

referred to

responsible: LIBE

 

opinion: RETT

legal basis:

Article 62(2) EC, Article 63(3) EC

Proposal for transfer of appropriations DEC2/2004 — Section III — Commission — titles 04, 15, 18, 19, 25, 31 — of the General Budget for the European Union for the financial year 2004 (SEC(2004) 248 — C5-0112/2004 — 2004/2017(GBD))

referred to

responsible: BUDG

legal basis:

Article 274 EC

Proposal for a Council Decision on the position of the European Community on the draft Regulation of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe concerning the adoption of uniform technical prescriptions applicable to the approval of cornering lamps for power-driven vehicles (5925/2004 — C5-0113/2004 — 2003/0188(AVC))

referred to

responsible: ITRE

 

opinion: ENVI, RETT

legal basis:

TEC

2)

from committees

2.1)

reports:

Report on the restructuring of Parliament's Rules of Procedure in the light of its resolution of 12 June 2002 and the minor changes which have become necessary since then (2003/2233(REG)) — Committee on Constitutional Affairs.

Rapporteur: Mr Corbett

(A5-0068/2004).

Report on the amendments to the European Parliament's Rules of Procedure following the adoption of the Regulation governing the statute and the financing of political parties at European level (2003/2205(REG)) — Committee on Constitutional Affairs.

Rapporteur: Mr Dimitrakopoulos

(A5-0071/2004).

*** I Report on the proposal for a European Parliament and Council directive on the approximation of the laws of the Member States on extraction solvents used in the production of foodstuffs and food ingredients (Codified version) (COM(2003) 467 — C5-0364/2003 — 2003/0181(COD)) (Simplified procedure — Rule 158(1)) — Committee on Legal Affairs and the Internal Market.

Rapporteur: Mr Gargani

(A5-0085/2004).

*** I Report on the proposal for a European Parliament and Council decision concerning the activities of certain third countries in the field of cargo shipping (Codified version) (COM(2003) 732 — C5-0578/2003 — 2003/0285(COD)) (Simplified procedure — Rule 158(1)) — Committee on Legal Affairs and the Internal Market.

Rapporteur: Mr Gargani

(A5-0086/2004).

*** I Report on the proposal for a European Parliament and Council decision establishing a Community action programme to promote activities in the field of the protection of the Community's financial interests (COM(2003) 278 — C5-0312/2003 — 2003/0152(COD)) — Committee on Budgetary Control.

Rapporteur: Mr Bösch

(A5-0087/2004).

* Report on the proposal for a Council regulation amending Council Regulations (EEC) No 3906/89, (EC) No 555/2000, (EC) No 2500/2001, (EC) No 1268/1999 and (EC) No 1267/1999 in order to allow the Stabilisation and Association Process Countries to participate in tenders organised under the pre-accession Community assistance programmes (COM(2003) 793 — C5-0049/2004 — 2003/0306(CNS)) (Simplified procedure — Rule 158(1)) — Committee on Industry, External Trade, Research and Energy.

Rapporteur: Mr Berenguer Fuster

(A5-0089/2004).

Report on reconciling professional, family and private lives — 2003/2129(INI)) (Enhanced cooperation between committees — Rule 162a) — Committee on Women's Rights and Equal Opportunities.

Rapporteur: Mrs Bastos

(A5-0092/2004).

* Report on the proposal for a Council regulation establishing a European Agency for the Management of Operational Co-operation at the External Borders (COM(2003) 687 — C5-0613/2003 — 2003/0273(CNS)) — Committee on Citizens' Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Home Affairs.

Rapporteur: Mr von Boetticher

(A5-0093/2004).

Report with a proposal for a European Parliament recommendation to the Council on the rights of prisoners in the European Union (2003/2188(INI)) — Committee on Citizens' Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Home Affairs.

Rapporteur: Mr Turco

(A5-0094/2004).

* Report on the proposal for a Council Framework Decision laying down minimum provisions on the constituent elements of criminal acts and penalties in the field of drug trafficking (15102/2/2003 — C5-0618/2003 — 2001/0114(CNS)) (Renewed consultation) — Committee on Citizens' Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Home Affairs.

Rapporteur: Mr Oostlander

(A5-0095/2004).

Report with a proposal for a European Parliament recommendation to the Council on cooperation in the European Union on preparedness and response to biological and chemical agent attacks (health security) (2003/2187(INI)) — Committee on Citizens' Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Home Affairs.

Rapporteur: Mr Schmid

(A5-0097/2004).

Report on the Communication from the Commission to the Council, the European Parliament, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions — Proposal for a Joint Report on ‘Health care and care for the elderly: Supporting national strategies for ensuring a high level of social protection‧ (COM(2002) 774 — C5-0408/2003 — 2003/2134(INI)) — Committee on Employment and Social Affairs.

Rapporteur: Mrs Jöns

(A5-0098/2004).

* Report on the proposal for a Council directive on the residence permit issued to thirdcountry nationals victims of trafficking in human beings or to third-country nationals who have been the subjects of an action to facilitate illegal immigration who co-operate with the competent authorities (14432/2003 — C5-0557/2003 — 2002/0043(CNS)) (Renewed consultation) — Committee on Citizens' Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Home Affairs.

Rapporteur: Mrs Sörensen

(A5-0099/2004).

* Report on the initiative of the Kingdom of Spain with a view to adopting a Council Act establishing, in accordance with Article 34 of the Treaty on European Union, the Convention on the suppression by customs administrations of illicit drug trafficking on the high seas (5382/2002 — C5-0249/2003 — 2003/0816(CNS)) — Committee on Citizens' Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Home Affairs.

Rapporteur: Mrs Matikainen-Kallström

(A5-0100/2004).

Report on the situation of women from minority groups in the European Union (2003/2109(INI)) — Committee on Women's Rights and Equal Opportunities.

Rapporteur: Mrs Valenciano Martìnez-Orozco

(A5-0102/2004).

Report on Romania's progress towards accession (COM(2003) 676 — C5-0534/2003 — 2003/2203(INI)) — Committee on Foreign Affairs, Human Rights, Common Security and Defence Policy.

Rapporteur: Baroness Nicholson of Winterbourne

(A5-0103/2004).

Report on the First Report on the implementation of the Data Protection Directive (95/46/EC) (COM(2003) 265 — C5-0375/2003 — 2003/2153(INI)) — Committee on Citizens' Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Home Affairs.

Rapporteur: Mr Cappato

(A5-0104/2004).

Report on Bulgaria's progress towards accession (COM(2003) 676 — C5-0533/2003 — 2003/2202(INI)) — Committee on Foreign Affairs, Human Rights, Common Security and Defence Policy.

Rapporteur: Mr Van Orden

(A5-0105/2004).

* Report on the proposal for a Council regulation on the common organisation of the market in olive oil and table olives and amending Regulation (EEC) No 827/68 (COM(2003) 698 — C5-0598/2003 — 2003/0279(CNS)) — Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development.

Rapporteur: Mr Lavarra

(A5-0106/2004).

Report with a proposal for a European Parliament recommendation to the Council on the Guantanamo detainees' right to a fair trial (2003/2229(INI)) — Committee on Foreign Affairs, Human Rights, Common Security and Defence Policy.

Rapporteur: Mr Andreasen

(A5-0107/2004).

* Report 1. on the initiative of Ireland with a view to adopting a Council Act amending Europol's staff regulations (5435/2004 — C5-0057/2004 — 2004/0804(CNS)), 2. on the initiative of Ireland with a view to adopting a Council Decision adjusting the basic salaries and allowances applicable to Europol staff (5436/2004 — C5-0058/2004 — 2004/0805(CNS)), 3. on the initiative of Ireland with a view to adopting a Council Decision adjusting the basic salaries and allowances applicable to Europol staff (5438/2004 — C5-0059/2004 — 2004/0806(CNS)) — Committee on Citizens' Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Home Affairs.

Rapporteur: Mr Turco

(A5-0108/2004).

Report on the Commission communication on better monitoring of the application of Community law (COM(2002) 725 — C5-0008/2003 — 2003/2008(INI)) — Committee on Legal Affairs and the Internal Market.

Rapporteur: Mr MacCormick

(A5-0109/2004).

*** I Report on the proposal for a European Parliament and Council decision amending the amended proposal for a Decision of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Decision No 1692/96/EC on Community guidelines for the development of the trans-European transport network (COM(2003) 564 — C5-0485/2003 — 2001/0229(COD)) (Renewed referral) — Committee on Regional Policy, Transport and Tourism.

Rapporteur: Mr Bradbourn

(A5-0110/2004).

Report on the comprehensive monitoring report of the European Commission on the state of preparedness for EU membership of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia (COM(2003) 675 — C5-0532/2003 — 2003/2201(INI)) — Committee on Foreign Affairs, Human Rights, Common Security and Defence Policy.

Rapporteur: Mr Brok

(A5-0111/2004).

* Report on the proposal for a Council regulation on the establishment of European Partnerships in the framework of the Stabilisation and Association Process (COM(2003) 684 — C5-0574/2003 — 2003/0267(CNS)) — Committee on Foreign Affairs, Human Rights, Common Security and Defence Policy.

Rapporteur: Mr J.J. Lagendijk

(A5-0112/2004).

*** I Report on the proposal for a European Parliament and Council directive on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility (COM(2002) 759 — C5-0634/2002 — 2002/0306(COD)) — Committee on Industry, External Trade, Research and Energy.

Rapporteur: Mr Berenguer Fuster

(A5-0113/2004).

* Report on the proposal for a Council decision concerning the conclusion of the Agreement on Scientific and Technical Cooperation between the European Community and the State of Israel (COM(2003) 568 — C5-0478/2003 — 2003/0220(CNS)) — Committee on Industry, External Trade, Research and Energy.

Rapporteur: Mrs Quisthoudt-Rowohl

(A5-0115/2004).

Report on the Communication from the Commission to the Council, the European Parliament, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of Regions — Internal Market Strategy: Priorities 2003 — 2006 (COM(2003) 238 — C5-0379/2003 — 2003/2149(INI)) — Committee on Legal Affairs and the Internal Market.

Rapporteur: Mr Miller

(A5-0116/2004).

*** I Report on the proposal for a European Parliament and Council directive on waste (Codified version) (COM(2003) 731 — C5-0577/2003 — 2003/0283(COD)) (Simplified procedure — Rule 158(1)) — Committee on Legal Affairs and the Internal Market.

Rapporteur: Mr Gargani

(A5-0117/2004).

Third Report on the Commission communications on simplifying and improving the regulatory environment (COM(2001) 726 — C5-0108/2002 — 2002/2052(COS)) — Committee on Legal Affairs and the Internal Market.

Rapporteur: Mr Medina Ortega

(A5-0118/2004).

* Report on the proposal for a Council decision on the conclusion of a Political Dialogue and Cooperation Agreement between the European Community and its Member States, of the one part, and the Andean Community and its member countries, the Republics of Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, of the other part (COM(2003) 695 — C5-0657/2003 — 2003/0268(CNS)) — Committee on Foreign Affairs, Human Rights, Common Security and Defence Policy.

Rapporteur: Mr Salafranca Sánchez-Neyra

(A5-0119/2004).

* Report on the proposal for a Council decision on the conclusion of a Political Dialogue and Cooperation Agreement between the European Community and its Member States, of the one part, and the Republics of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama (COM(2003) 677 — C5-0658/2003 — 2003/0266(CNS)) — Committee on Foreign Affairs, Human Rights, Common Security and Defence Policy.

Rapporteur: Mr Obiols i Germa

(A5-0120/2004).

* Report on the proposal for a Council directive amending Directive 90/434/EEC of 23 July 1990 on the common system of taxation applicable to mergers, divisions, transfers of assets and exchanges of shares concerning companies of different Member States (COM(2003) 613 — C5-0506/2003 — 2003/0239(CNS)) — Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs.

Rapporteur: Mr Karas

(A5-0121/2004).

* Second report on the proposal for a Council directive amending Directive 77/388/EEC as regards value added tax on services provided in the postal sector (COM(2003) 234 — C5-0227/2003 — 2003/0091(CNS)) — Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs.

Rapporteur: Mr Schmidt

(A5-0122/2004).

* Report on the proposal for a Council regulation amending Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003 establishing common rules for direct support schemes under the common agricultural policy and establishing certain support schemes for farmers (COM(2003) 698 — C5-0597/2003 — 2003/0278(CNS)) — Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development.

Rapporteur: Mr Daul

(A5-0123/2004).

2.2)

recommendations for second reading:

*** II Recommendation for second reading on the common position adopted by the Council with a view to adopting a European Parliament and Council regulation concerning protection against subsidisation and unfair pricing practices causing injury to Community air carriers in the supply of airline services from countries not members of the European Community (14141/1/2003 — C5-0018/2004 — 2002/0067(COD)) — Committee on Regional Policy, Transport and Tourism.

Rapporteur: Mr Clegg

(A5-0064/2004).

*** II Recommendation for second reading on the common position adopted by the Council with a view to adopting a European Parliament and Council regulation on insurance requirements for air carriers and aircraft operators (13910/1/2003 — C5-0012/2004 — 2002/0234(COD)) — Committee on Regional Policy, Transport and Tourism.

Rapporteur: Mr Nicholson

(A5-0088/2004).

*** II Recommendation for second reading on the common position adopted by the Council with a view to adopting a European Parliament and Council directive on the right of citizens of the Union and their family members to move and reside freely within the territory of the Member States (13263/3/2003 — C5-0014/2004 — 2001/0111(COD)) — Committee on Citizens' Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Home Affairs.

Rapporteur: Mr Santini

(A5-0090/2004).

*** II Recommendation for second reading on the common position adopted by the Council with a view to adopting a European Parliament and Council directive on markets in financial instruments, amending Council Directives 85/611/EEC and 93/6/EEC and Directive 2000/12/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council and repealing Council Directive 93/22/EEC (13421/3/2003 — C5-0015/2004 — 2002/0269(COD)) — Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs.

Rapporteur: Mrs Villiers

(A5-0114/2004).

3)

from Members

3.1)

oral questions (Rule 42)

Joost Lagendijk, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, to the Commission, on achieving the correct implementation of the EC-Israel Association Agreement (B5-0067/2004)

Luisa Morgantini, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, to the Commission, on achieving the correct implementation of the EC-Israel Association Agreement (B5-0068/2004)

Graham Watson, on behalf of the ELDR Group, to the Commission, on achieving the correct implementation of the EC-Israel Association Agreement (B5-0069/2004)

Jannis Sakellariou and Emilio Menéndez del Valle, on behalf of the PSE Group, to the Commission, on achieving the correct implementation of the EC-Israel Association Agreement (B5-0070/2004)

3.2)

oral questions for Question Time (Rule 43) (B5-0066/2004)

MacCormick Neil, Morgantini Luisa, Newton Dunn Bill, Flemming Marialiese, Nogueira Román Camilo, Casaca Paulo, Izquierdo Rojo María, Sacconi Guido, Lage Carlos, Howitt Richard, Garriga Polledo Salvador, Ayuso González María del Pilar, Isler Béguin Marie Anne, Bergaz Conesa María Luisa, Alavanos Alexandros, McKenna Patricia, Fitzsimons James (Jim), Evans Robert J.E., Seppänen Esko Olavi, Ferrández Lezaun Juan Manuel, Keppelhoff- Wiechert Hedwig, Lucas Caroline, Bowis John, Cappato Marco, Posselt Bernd, Banotti Mary Elizabeth, Crowley Brian, Sacrédeus Lennart, Ahern Nuala, Trakatellis Antonios, Boudjenah Yasmine, Thors Astrid, Collins Gerard, Miguélez Ramos Rosa, Souladakis Ioannis, Ludford Sarah, Cushnahan John Walls, Riis-Jørgensen Karin, Andrews Niall, Kratsa- Tsagaropoulou Rodi- Nogueira Román Camilo, Martínez Martínez Miguel Angel, Cappato Marco, McKenna Patricia, Posselt Bernd, Morgantini Luisa, Ó Neachtain Seán, Ahern Nuala, Andrews Niall, Fitzsimons James (Jim), Izquierdo Rojo María, Seppänen Esko Olavi, Schmidt Olle, Sacrédeus Lennart, Newton Dunn Bill, O'Toole Barbara, De Rossa Proinsias, Casaca Paulo, Collins Gerard, El Khadraoui Säid, Crowley Brian, Miguélez Ramos Rosa, Souladakis Ioannis, Cushnahan John Walls, Kratsa-Tsagaropoulou Rodi

3.3)

motions for resolution (Rule 48):

Cristiana Muscardini, on the inviolability of human dignity and the individual's right to physical integrity (B5-0112/2004)

referred to

responsible: FEMM

 

opinion: LIBE, DEVE

Antonio Mussa, on the establishment of European cancer surveillance networks (B5-0113/2004)

referred to

responsible: ENVI

Roberta Angelilli, on the establishing of a European authority for the protection of savers (B5-0115/2004)

referred to

responsible: ECON

 

opinion: JURI

Roberta Angelilli, on the creation of a European guarantee fund for the victims of road accidents outside the Community in the absence of sufficient insurance cover (B5-0116/2004)

referred to

responsible: JURI

 

opinion: RETT

4)

Conciliation Committee

Joint Text approved by the Conciliation Committee for a directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on the safety of third-country aircraft using Community airports (3616/2004 — C5-0062/2004 — 2002/0014(COD))

7.   Transfers of appropriations

The Committee on Budgets had considered proposal for transfer of appropriations DEC 1/2004 (C5-0071/2003 — SEC(2004) 177).

After noting the Council's opinion, it had authorised the transfer, pursuant to Articles 24(3) and 181(1) of the Financial Regulation of 25 June 2002, in accordance with the following breakdown:

FROM:

 

 

Chapter — 31.01 Reserves for administrative expenditure

 

 

Article — 31.0140 Administrative reserve

 

 

Item — 17.010403 Community activities in favour of consumers — Expenditure on administrative management

NDA

-1 000 000

TO:

 

 

Chapter — 17.01 Administrative expenditure of policy area ‘Health and consumer protection‧

 

 

Article — 17.0104 Support expenditure for operations of policy area ‘Health and consumer protection‧

 

 

Item — 17.010403 — Community activities in favour of consumers — Expenditure on administrative management

NDA

1 000 000

8.   Petitions

The following petitions, which had been entered in the register on the dates shown below, had been forwarded to the committee responsible, pursuant to Rule 174(5):

16 February 2004

by Mr Antonio Marín Segovia (Cercle Obert de Benicalap) (No 136/2004);

by Mr Jorge Mira Vallet (HazteOir.org, el portal del ciudadano activo) (No 137/2004);

by Mr Diego Muñoz Narvaez (No 138/2004);

by Mr Antonio Alonso (No 139/2004);

by Mr Pedro Muiños Cabanas (No 140/2004);

by Mr Pedro Miguel Zubizarreta Lizarraga (No 141/2004);

by Mr Jean Brillouet (No 142/2004);

by Mr Marc Gouttebel (No 143/2004);

by Mr Jean Pierre Gauthier (No 144/2004);

by Mrs Yasmin von Hohenstaufen (Unione Consumatori Lavoratori Europei) (No 145/2004);

by Mr Giovanni Termine (No 146/2004);

by Mr Piero Lo Grasso (No 147/2004);

24 February 2004

by Mr Wolfgang Rund (No 148/2004);

by Mr Ulrich Adolf Kalkstein (No 149/2004);

by Mr José Carlos Faria Feijoeiro (Comissão de Ambiente e Defesa da Ribeira dos Milagres) (No 150/2004);

by Mr Paulo Jacopino (No 151/2004);

by Mr Gert Schlüter (No 152/2004);

by Mrs Erika Schwenzer (No 153/2004);

by Mrs Ellen Renate Koesling (No 154/2004);

by Mrs Petra Messerer (No 155/2004);

by Mrs Brigitte Michels (No 156/2004);

by Mr Hans Schmitz (No 157/2004);

by Mrs Dimitra Aivaliotou (No 158/2004);

by Mr Risto Routti (No 159/2004);

by Mr Eugene Rooney (No 160/2004);

by Mr Jorma Kero (No 161/2004);

by Mr Aso Asad Mohammad (No 162/2004);

by Internationaler Bund der Tierversuchsgegner (and 41 signatures) (No 163/2004);

by Mr Eric Orton (No 164/2004);

by Mr Sean Tunctan (No 165/2004);

by Mrs Kate Harrington (No 166/2004);

by Mr Pedro Giffuni (No 167/2004);

by Mr John Gleeson (Ballygraigue Road Residents' Association) (No 168/2004);

by Mrs Susan Palmqvist (No 169/2004);

by Mrs Ursula Elisabeth Ahmad (No 170/2004);

by Mr Andrew Colbear (No 171/2004);

by Mr Juan Pablo Vent (No 172/2004);

by Mrs Barbara Dekker (No 173/2004);

by Mr Charan Singh (Schromni Akali dal (Amritsar), Holland) (No 174/2004);

by Mrs Marijke Ameling (Rk Kerk Joannes de Doper te Boskoop) (No 175/2004);

by Mr Herman Nieuwenhuis (and 4 signatures) (No 176/2004);

by Mr Kjell Edström (No 177/2004);

27 February 2004

by Mr Christos Kondylakis (Greek Center for Marine Research) (No 178/2004);

by Mr Christos Kondylakis (Greek Center for Marine Research) (No 179/2004);

by Mr Christos Kondylakis (Greek Center for Marine Research) (No 180/2004);

by Mr Buci Hider (Somatio Alvanon Metanaston Stin Ellada) (No 181/2004);

by Mr Elias Rodriguez Lozano (No 182/2004);

by La Plataforma Antiincineradora de Grefacsa (No 183/2004);

by Mrs Rosa Estrada Santaularia (No 184/2004);

by Mr A. Terrazzoni (Association Contre le Grand Contournement d'Orléans et le massacre de la Sologne) (No 185/2004);

by Mrs Jacqueline Decroÿ (Fondation Princesse Decroÿ) (No 186/2004);

by Mrs Paula Boeuf (No 187/2004);

by Mr Giuseppe Marchi (No 188/2004);

by Mr Artur dos Santos Ferreira (No 189/2004);

by Mr Adam Peerally (SPOBARG — Rapresentações e Serviços Tecnológicos, Lda.) (No 190/2004);

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by Mr Nicolaos Eleftheriou (No 191/2004);

by Mr Theodoros Papoulakos (No 192/2004);

by Mrs Cristina Ruiz Ordóñez (No 193/2004);

by Mr Pedro Fernando Mercado (No 194/2004);

by Mr Antonio Martin Garvi (No 195/2004);

by Mr Michel Castelin (No 196/2004);

by Mrs Simone Jarrousse (No 197/2004);

by Mr Giuseppe Argernto (No 198/2004);

by Mrs Giovanna Bensi (No 199/2004);

by Mr Nguyen Thanh Son (No 200/2004);

by Mr Peter Neitzke (No 201/2004);

by Mr Manfred Such (No 202/2004);

by Mr Dieter Enger (No 203/2004);

by Mrs Christa von Bethmann Hollweg (Initiative gegen die Verletzung Ökologischer Kinderrechte) (No 204/2004);

by Mrs Anna Peters (No 205/2004);

by Mrs Monika Sieg (No 206/2004);

by Mr Hans-Jürgen Gattermann (No 207/2004);

by Mrs Irene Berti (No 208/2004);

by Mr Gerhart Rieck (No 209/2004);

by Mr Gavin Barrett (No 210/2004);

by Mr Alexander Dakers (and 11 signatures) (No 211/2004);

by Mrs Maria Tsampa (No 212/2004);

by Mr Frank Harvey (No 213/2004);

by Mr Graham Pearse (No 214/2004);

by Mrs Christine McPherson (Save Stobhill Campaign) (No 215/2004);

by Mr Leo Joki (No 216/2004);

by Mr Abdulkadir Sheikh Mao (No 217/2004);

by Mr Z. et C. Pekeloma (and 10 signatures) (No 218/2004);

by Mr H.P.T.M. Willems (Gemeente Heusden) (and 3 signatures) (No 219/2004).

9.   Texts of agreements forwarded by the Council

The Council had forwarded certified true copies of the following documents:

Memorandum of understanding between the European Community and the national tourism administration of the People's Republic of China, on visa and related issues concerning tourist groups from the People's Republic of China (ADS)

Agreement between the European Community and the Slovak Republic laying down a procedure for the provision of information in the field of technical regulations and of rules on information society services.

10.   Written declarations (Rule 51)

In accordance with Rule 51(5), written declarations Nos 28, 29, 30 et 31/2003 lapsed as they had not obtained the required number of signatures.

11.   Order of business

The next item was the order of business.

The final draft agenda for the March I sittings (PE 342.369/PDOJ) had been distributed and a number of changes had been proposed (Rule 111):

Sittings of 8 to 11 March 2004

Monday

no changes

Tuesday

request by the PPE-DE Group to postpone the reports by Mr Obiols i Germà (A5-0120/2004) (Item 65 of PDOJ) and Mr Salafranca Sanchez-Neyra (A5-0119/2004) (Item 66 of PDOJ) to a later part-session.

José Ignacio Salafranca Sánchez-Neyra, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, moved the request.

Parliament approved the request.

request by the PSE Group to postpone the vote of the report by Mr Kronberger (A5-0047/2004) (Item 28 of PDOJ) to a later part-session, with the debate remaining on Tuesday's agenda as scheduled.

The following spoke: Hans Kronberger, rapporteur, who moved the request, Karl-Heinz Florenz, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, and Dagmar Roth-Behrendt, on behalf of the PSE Group.

Parliament approved the request by EV (77 for, 56 against, 3 abstentions).

Wednesday

request by the Verts/ALE Group to include Council and Commission statements on the lessons to be learnt and the prospects to be envisaged for the European Union one year after the Iraq war, to be wound up by motions for resolution.

Daniel Marc Cohn-Bendit, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, moved the request.

Parliament rejected the request by RCV (39 for, 88 against, 3 abstentions).

(Renzo Imbeni gave notice that he had wanted to vote against the request.)

Thursday

request by the Verts/ALE Group to wind up the debate on the Commission statement on the effect on the marine environment of low-frequency active sonar (Item 95 of PDOJ) by the tabling of motions for resolution.

Jean Lambert, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, moved the request.

Parliament rejected the request.

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* *

The order of business was thus established.

12.   One-minute speeches on matters of political importance

Pursuant to Rule 121a, the following Members who wished to draw the attention of Parliament to matters of political importance spoke for one minute:

Claude Turmes, Antonio Tajani, Phillip Whitehead, Diana Wallis, José Ribeiro e Castro, Renzo Imbeni, Neil MacCormick, Charles Tannock, Joan Vallvé, Olivier Dupuis, Koldo Gorostiaga Atxalandabaso, José Ignacio Salafranca Sánchez-Neyra, Carlos Lage and Nelly Maes.

13.   Gender equality — Daphne II ***II — Work, the family and private life — Women from minority groups in the European Union (debate)

Oral question by Anna Karamanou on behalf of the FEMM Committee, to the Commission: Gender equality (B5-0065/2004)

Recommendation for second reading on the common position of the Council of 1 December 2003 with a view to adopting a decision of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing a second phase of a programme of Community action (2004-2008) to prevent violence against children, young people and women and to protect victims and groups at risk (the Daphne II programme) [13816/1/2003 — C5-0599/2003 — 2003/0025(COD)] — Committee on Women's Rights and Equal Opportunities.

Rapporteur: Lissy Gröner

(A5-0083/2004)

Report on reconciling professional, family and private lives [2003/2129(INI)] — Committee on Women's Rights and Equal Opportunities.

Rapporteur: Regina Bastos

(A5-0092/2004)

Draftsman of the opinion (Rule 162a): Herman Schmid, EMPL Committee

Report on the situation of women from minority groups in the European Union [2003/2109(INI)] — Committee on Women's Rights and Equal Opportunities.

Rapporteur: María Elena Valenciano Martínez-Orozco

(A5-0102/2004)

Anna Karamanou moved the oral question.

IN THE CHAIR: Alejo VIDAL-QUADRAS ROCA

Vice-President

Lissy Gröner introduced the recommendation for second reading (A5-0083/2004).

Regina Bastos introduced the report (A5-0092/2004).

Anna Karamanou (deputising for the rapporteur) introduced the report (A5-0102/2004).

Margot Wallström (Member of the Commission) spoke.

The following spoke: Herman Schmid (draftsman of the opinion of the EMPL Committee), María Antonia Avilés Perea, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, Christa Prets, on behalf of the PSE Group, and Karin Riis-Jørgensen, on behalf of the ELDR Group.

IN THE CHAIR: Alonso José PUERTA

Vice-President

The following spoke: Marianne Eriksson, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, Nelly Maes, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, José Ribeiro e Castro, on behalf of the UEN Group, Daniela Raschhofer, Non-attached Member, Maria Martens, Olga Zrihen, Olle Schmidt, Geneviève Fraisse, Marie-Thérèse Hermange, Joke Swiebel, Anne André-Léonard, Ilda Figueiredo, Christa Klaß, Hans Karlsson, Astrid Lulling, Manuel Pérez Álvarez and Margot Wallström.

Motions for resolution to wind up the debate pursuant to Rule 42(5):

Lissy Gröner, on behalf of the PSE Group, Lone Dybkjær, on behalf of the ELDR Group, Patsy Sörensen, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, Marianne Eriksson, Geneviève Fraisse and Luisa Morgantini, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, on the European Union's policies on gender equality (B5-0121/2004)

The debate closed.

Vote: Minutes of 9.3.04, Items 9.20, 9.29 and 9.30 and 10.03.04, Item 5.12 (B5-0121/2004).

14.   Population and development (debate)

Report on population and development: 10 years after the international conference on population and development (Cairo-1994) [2003/2133(INI)] — Committee on Development and Cooperation.

Rapporteur: Karin Junker

(A5-0055/2004)

Karin Junker introduced the report.

Margot Wallström (Member of the Commission) spoke.

Geneviève Fraisse (draftsman of the opinion of the FEMM Committee).

IN THE CHAIR: Charlotte CEDERSCHIÖLD

Vice-President

The following spoke: Giacomo Santini, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, Maj Britt Theorin, on behalf of the PSE Group, José Ribeiro e Castro, on behalf of the UEN Group, Ulla Margrethe Sandbæk, on behalf of the EDD Group, Emma Bonino, Non-attached Member, Maria Martens and Linda McAvan.

The debate closed.

Vote: Minutes of 09.03.2004, Item 9.31

15.   Freedom of movement within the European Union ***II (debate)

Recommendation for second reading on the common position of the Council with a view to the adoption of a directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on the right of citizens of the Union and their family members to move and reside freely within the territory of the Member States, amending Regulation (EEC) No 1612/68 and repealing Directives 64/221/EEC, 68/360/EEC, 72/194/EEC, 73/148/EEC, 75/34/EEC, 75/35/EEC, 90/364/EEC, 90/365/EEC, 93/96/EEC [13263/3/2003 — C5-0014/2004 — 2001/0111(COD)] — Committee on Citizens' Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Home Affairs.

Rapporteur: Giacomo Santini

(A5-0090/2004)

Giacomo Santini introduced the recommendation for second reading.

António Vitorino (Member of the Commission) spoke.

The following spoke: Arie M. Oostlander, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, Robert J.E. Evans, on behalf of the PSE Group, Ole B. Sørensen, on behalf of the ELDR Group, Jean Lambert, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, Carlos Coelho, Joke Swiebel and António Vitorino.

Olle Schmidt said that he would have wanted an extension of the deadline for tabling amendments to the recommendation, scheduled for 19.00 that day, given that a number of Members were not present owing to transport difficulties.

The debate closed.

Vote: Minutes of 10.03.2004, Item 5.5

16.   Criminal acts and penalties in the field of drug trafficking * (debate)

Report on the proposal for a Council framework decision laying down minimum provisions on the constituent elements of criminal acts and penalties in the field of drug trafficking (Renewed consultation) [15102/2/2003 — C5-0618/2003 — 2001/0114(CNS)] — Committee on Citizens' Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Home Affairs.

Rapporteur: Arie M. Oostlander

(A5-0095/2004)

António Vitorino (Member of the Commission) spoke.

Arie M. Oostlander introduced the report.

Robert J.E. Evans, on behalf of the PSE Group, spoke.

IN THE CHAIR: Catherine LALUMIÈRE

Vice-President

The following spoke: Olle Schmidt, on behalf of the ELDR Group, Charlotte Cederschiöld, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, Niall Andrews, on behalf of the UEN Group, Johannes (Hans) Blokland, on behalf of the EDD Group, Marco Cappato, Non-attached Member, and Carlos Coelho.

The debate closed.

Vote: Minutes of 09.03.2004, Item 9.27

17.   European Agency for the Management of Operational Co-operation at the External Borders * (debate)

Report on the proposal for a Council regulation establishing a European Agency for the Management of Operational Co-operation at the External Borders [COM(2003) 687 — C5-0613/2003 — 2003/0273(CNS)] — Committee on Citizens' Freedoms and Rights, Justice and Home Affairs.

Rapporteur: Christian Ulrik von Boetticher

(A5-0093/2004)

António Vitorino (Member of the Commission) spoke.

Christian Ulrik von Boetticher introduced the report.

The following spoke: Carlos Coelho, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, Adeline Hazan, on behalf of the PSE Group, Ole B. Sørensen, on behalf of the ELDR Group, Ozan Ceyhun, Joan Vallvé and António Vitorino.

The debate closed.

Vote: Minutes of 09.03.2004, Item 9.28

18.   Statute and financing of political parties at European level (amendments to the Rules of Procedure) (debate)

Report on the European Parliament decision on the amendments to the European Parliament's Rules of Procedure following the adoption of the Regulation governing the statute and the financing of political parties at European level [2003/2205(REG)] — Committee on Constitutional Affairs.

Rapporteur: Giorgos Dimitrakopoulos

(A5-0071/2004)

Giorgos Dimitrakopoulos introduced the report.

The following spoke: Neil MacCormick, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, Philip Claeys, Non-attached Member, Othmar Karas, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, Richard Corbett, Neil MacCormick, on the previous speaker's remarks, Nigel Paul Farage, on behalf of the EDD Group, Georges Berthu and Jean-Maurice Dehousse.

The debate closed.

Vote: Tuesday at 12.00

19.   Agenda for next sitting

The President referred Members to the document ‘Agenda‧ PE 342.369/OJMA.

20.   Closure of sitting

The sitting closed at 22.00.

21.   Closure of session

The 2003-2004 session of the European Parliament closed.

In accordance with the Treaty, Parliament would meet the following day, Tuesday 9 March 2004 at 9.00.

Julian Priestley

Secretary-General

Gerhard Schmid

Vice-President


ATTENDANCE REGISTER

The following signed:

Abitbol, Adam, Nuala Ahern, Ainardi, Almeida Garrett, Andersen, Andersson, Andreasen, André-Léonard, Andrews, Aparicio Sánchez, Arvidsson, Atkins, Auroi, Avilés Perea, Bakopoulos, Balfe, Baltas, Barón Crespo, Bartolozzi, Bastos, Bayona de Perogordo, Beazley, Bébéar, Belder, Berend, Berenguer Fuster, Berès, van den Berg, Bergaz Conesa, Berger, Berlato, Bernié, Berthu, Bertinotti, Beysen, Bigliardo, Blak, Blokland, Bodrato, Böge, Bösch, von Boetticher, Bonde, Bonino, Boogerd-Quaak, Booth, van den Bos, Boselli, Boudjenah, Boumediene-Thiery, Bourlanges, Bowe, Bowis, Bradbourn, Bremmer, Breyer, Brok, Buitenweg, Bushill-Matthews, Busk, Butel, Callanan, Calò, Camisón Asensio, Campos, Camre, Cappato, Cardoso, Carrilho, Casaca, Cashman, Caudron, Caullery, Cederschiöld, Celli, Cercas, Ceyhun, Chichester, Claeys, Clegg, Coelho, Cohn-Bendit, Collins, Corbett, Cornillet, Cox, Cushnahan, van Dam, Dary, Daul, Davies, De Clercq, Decourrière, Dehousse, Dell'Alba, Della Vedova, Deprez, De Sarnez, Descamps, Désir, Deva, De Veyrac, Dhaene, Díez González, Di Lello Finuoli, Dillen, Dimitrakopoulos, Dover, Duff, Duhamel, Duin, Dupuis, Duthu, Echerer, Elles, Eriksson, Esclopé, Ettl, Jonathan Evans, Robert J.E. Evans, Färm, Farage, Fava, Ferber, Fernández Martín, Ferri, Fiebiger, Figueiredo, Fiori, Fitzsimons, Florenz, Foster, Fourtou, Fraisse, Frassoni, Friedrich, Fruteau, Gahler, Garaud, García-Orcoyen Tormo, Gargani, Garot, Garriga Polledo, de Gaulle, Gebhardt, Gillig, Gil-Robles Gil-Delgado, Glante, Glase, Goebbels, Goepel, Görlach, Gollnisch, Gomolka, Gorostiaga Atxalandabaso, Gouveia, Graefe zu Baringdorf, Graça Moura, Gröner, Grönfeldt Bergman, Grosch, Grossetête, Gutiérrez-Cortines, Guy-Quint, Hänsch, Hager, Hansenne, Harbour, Haug, Hazan, Hedkvist Petersen, Helmer, Hermange, Hernández Mollar, Herzog, Honeyball, Hortefeux, Howitt, Hudghton, Hughes, Huhne, van Hulten, Hume, Hyland, Iivari, Imbeni, Isler Béguin, Izquierdo Collado, Izquierdo Rojo, Jackson, Jarzembowski, Jeggle, Jové Peres, Junker, Karamanou, Karas, Karlsson, Katiforis, Keppelhoff-Wiechert, Khanbhai, Kindermann, Glenys Kinnock, Kirkhope, Klamt, Klaß, Knolle, Koch, Konrad, Korhola, Koukiadis, Koulourianos, Krarup, Krehl, Kreissl-Dörfler, Kronberger, Kuckelkorn, Kuhne, Kuntz, Lage, Lagendijk, Lalumière, Lamassoure, Lambert, Lang, Langen, Langenhagen, Lannoye, de La Perriere, Lavarra, Lehne, Leinen, Liese, Linkohr, Lisi, Ludford, Lulling, Lund, Lynne, Maat, Maaten, McAvan, McCarthy, McCartin, MacCormick, McKenna, McMillan-Scott, McNally, Maes, Malliori, Malmström, Manders, Manisco, Thomas Mann, Mantovani, Marchiani, Marinho, Marini, Markov, Marques, Martens, David W. Martin, Hans-Peter Martin, Hugues Martin, Martínez Martínez, Mastorakis, Mathieu, Matikainen-Kallström, Hans-Peter Mayer, Xaver Mayer, Medina Ortega, Meijer, Mendiluce Pereiro, Menéndez del Valle, Mennea, Menrad, Miguélez Ramos, Miller, Miranda de Lage, Modrow, Mombaur, Monsonís Domingo, Morgan, Morillon, Müller, Mulder, Murphy, Muscardini, Naïr, Napoletano, Napolitano, Naranjo Escobar, Newton Dunn, Nicholson, Niebler, Nogueira Román, Nordmann, Obiols i Germà, Ojeda Sanz, Onesta, Oostlander, Oreja Arburúa, Ortuondo Larrea, O'Toole, Paasilinna, Pacheco Pereira, Paciotti, Pack, Pannella, Parish, Pastorelli, Patakis, Paulsen, Pérez Álvarez, Pérez Royo, Perry, Pesälä, Piecyk, Piscarreta, Plooij-van Gorsel, Podestà, Poettering, Pohjamo, Poignant, Poos, Posselt, Prets, Provan, Puerta, Purvis, Queiró, Rack, Radwan, Randzio-Plath, Rapkay, Raschhofer, Raymond, Read, Redondo Jiménez, Ribeiro, Ribeiro e Castro, Riis-Jørgensen, Ripoll y Martínez de Bedoya, de Roo, Roth-Behrendt, Rothe, Rothley, Roure, Rousseaux, Rovsing, Rübig, Ruffolo, Rutelli, Sacconi, Sacrédeus, Sakellariou, Salafranca Sánchez-Neyra, Sandberg-Fries, Sandbæk, Sanders-ten Holte, Santer, Santini, dos Santos, Savary, Scallon, Scarbonchi, Schaffner, Scheele, Schierhuber, Schleicher, Gerhard Schmid, Herman Schmid, Olle Schmidt, Schmitt, Schörling, Ilka Schröder, Jürgen Schröder, Schroedter, Schulz, Schwaiger, Segni, Seppänen, Sichrovsky, Simpson, Sjöstedt, Skinner, Smet, Soares, Sörensen, Souchet, Souladakis, Sousa Pinto, Staes, Stauner, Stenmarck, Stenzel, Sterckx, Stevenson, Stihler, Stockmann, Stockton, Sturdy, Sudre, Sumberg, Suominen, Swiebel, Swoboda, Sørensen, Tajani, Tannock, Terrón i Cusí, Theato, Theorin, Thomas-Mauro, Thorning-Schmidt, Thyssen, Titley, Torres Marques, Trakatellis, Trentin, Tsatsos, Turco, Turmes, Uca, Väyrynen, Vairinhos, Valdivielso de Cué, Valenciano Martínez-Orozco, Vallvé, Van Hecke, Van Lancker, Van Orden, Varela Suanzes-Carpegna, Vatanen, Vattimo, Veltroni, van Velzen, Vidal-Quadras Roca, Villiers, Vinci, Virrankoski, Voggenhuber, Volcic, Wachtmeister, Wallis, Walter, Watson, Watts, Weiler, Wenzel-Perillo, Whitehead, Wieland, Wiersma, von Wogau, Wuermeling, Wuori, Wyn, Wynn, Zabell, Zacharakis, Zimmerling, Zissener, Zorba, Zrihen

Observers

Bagó, Beneš, Bielan, Kazys Jaunutis Bobelis, Mihael Brejc, Chronowski, Zbigniew Chrzanowski, Cybulski, Demetriou, Filipek, Gadzinowski, Germič, Giertych, Genowefa Grabowska, Gruber, Grzebisz-Nowicka, Grzyb, Horvat, Jerzy Jaskiernia, Kelemen, Klopotek, Klukowski, Kowalska, Kriščiūnas, Daniel Kroupa, Kuzmickas, Kvietkauskas, Lepper, Janusz Lewandowski, Liberadzki, Libicki, Lisak, Litwiniec, Lyżwiński, Macierewicz, Maldeikis, Manninger, Matsakis, Őry, Pasternak, Alojz Peterle, Plokšto, Podgórski, Pospíšil, Janno Reiljan, Sefzig, Siekierski, Smorawiński, Surján, Szájer, Szczyglo, Tomaka, Tomczak, Vaculík, Valys, Vella, Vėsaitė, Wikiński, Winiarczyk-Kossakowska, Wiśniowska, Wittbrodt, Żenkiewicz, Žiak


ANNEX I

RESULT OF ROLL-CALL VOTES

Agenda modification

Iraq

For: 39

ELDR: Vallvé, Van Hecke

GUE/NGL: Bergaz Conesa, Boudjenah, Caudron, Fiebiger, Figueiredo, Fraisse, Herzog, Jové Peres, Puerta, Sjöstedt, Uca

NI: Gorostiaga Atxalandabaso, Turco

PPE-DE: Posselt, Zacharakis

PSE: Duhamel, Gillig, Izquierdo Rojo, Malliori, Miranda de Lage, Poos, Scheele, Souladakis, Swiebel

Verts/ALE: Buitenweg, Celli, Cohn-Bendit, Duthu, Frassoni, Lagendijk, Lambert, MacCormick, Maes, Onesta, de Roo, Staes, Turmes

Against: 88

EDD: Blokland

ELDR: Andreasen, André-Léonard, van den Bos, Calò, Davies, Paulsen, Riis-Jørgensen, Schmidt, Wallis

NI: Berthu, Beysen, de La Perriere, Souchet

PPE-DE: Avilés Perea, Bastos, Bremmer, Decourrière, Deprez, Descamps, Dover, Elles, Ferber, Fiori, García-Orcoyen Tormo, Glase, Gomolka, Gouveia, Helmer, Hermange, Klaß, Korhola, Liese, Lulling, Martens, Morillon, Oostlander, Oreja Arburúa, Pérez Álvarez, Radwan, Salafranca Sánchez-Neyra, Santer, Santini, Schaffner, Stenmarck, Stenzel, Sumberg, Suominen, Tajani, Tannock, Trakatellis, Wachtmeister, von Wogau

PSE: Andersson, Aparicio Sánchez, Berger, Corbett, Díez González, Färm, Gebhardt, Gröner, Hänsch, Hedkvist Petersen, Junker, Karamanou, Karlsson, Kindermann, Kreissl-Dörfler, Lalumière, Lange, McAvan, McNally, Mastorakis, Medina Ortega, Müller, Napoletano, Obiols i Germà, Prets, Roth-Behrendt, Rothe, Schulz, Swoboda, Van Lancker, Whitehead, Zrihen

UEN: Marchiani, Ribeiro e Castro, Thomas-Mauro

Abstention: 3

PPE-DE: Schierhuber

PSE: Koukiadis, Lage


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