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Procedure : 2017/0111(COD)
Stadium plenaire behandeling
Documentencyclus : A8-0010/2018

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Debatten :

PV 11/06/2018 - 17
CRE 11/06/2018 - 17

Stemmingen :

PV 08/02/2018 - 12.5
CRE 08/02/2018 - 12.5
PV 12/06/2018 - 5.4

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Donderdag 8 februari 2018 - Straatsburg Herziene uitgave

12.5. Het toezicht op en de verslaglegging inzake de CO2-uitstoot en het brandstofverbruik van nieuwe zware bedrijfsvoertuigen (A8-0010/2018 - Damiano Zoffoli) (stemming)

Before the vote:


  Christofer Fjellner (PPE). – Mr President, I would say that there is inflation in the number of cases in which this House votes to enter into negotiations on the basis of a mandate that is put to the vote in committee and not in plenary, and that is problematic. It is, of course, reasonable if there is a broad consensus in the relevant committee on the substance, but, in this case, on the most important parts of this matter, there were only three votes that made the difference. That is not enough. There should also be a reflection of what is voted on in committee and in other opinion-giving committees, which again is not the case here, as the outcome does not reflect, for example, the Transport Committee’s vote. Essentially the issue is, of course, less about how much information truck users should give away to help us know how much CO2 emissions they produce and more about how much information they should give away so that Chinese competitors can get their upper edge. The principal question, which is probably more important, is that the European Parliament plenary should decide on the mandate for the European Parliament to enter into negotiation and should not regularly delegate that decision to the Environment Committee, or any other committee for that matter. Therefore we should vote against entering negotiations on the basis of this mandate without scrutinising it.


Laatst bijgewerkt op: 15 mei 2018Juridische mededeling