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Wednesday, 27 March 2019 - Strasbourg Revised edition

Enforcement requirements and specific rules for posting drivers in the road transport sector - Daily and weekly driving times, minimum breaks and rest periods and positioning by means of tachographs - Adapting to development in the road transport sector (debate)

  Wim van de Camp, Rapporteur. – Madam President, I will be very short, but I know many people say this. First of all, I think we have had a good debate, and this debate has shown that the European Parliament is divided on the Mobility Package I, and now we have to take care that we are not taking the wrong decisions at the wrong moment. And when my colleagues Ertug, Pavel Telička and even the European Commission say that we have compromises, that is not the facts.


We have only compromises on the cabotage, the file of Ismail Ertug. Why are we now in a difficult situation in this plenary? Because the Committee on Transport and Tourism – and that’s also my fault – was not successful in compromises. If we go on like this, it’s a very bad thing for the European Union and the European Parliament.

(Sustained applause)

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