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Wednesday, 3 April 2019 - Brussels Revised edition

Order of business
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  Ismail Ertug, Rapporteur. – Mr President, I have to say that this is a difficult situation now for all those who would like to have a constructive approach here in this House. Yesterday in the Committee on Transport and Tourism (TRAN) – and the Chair is here, as are all the other colleagues as well – we voted on more than 1 300 amendments, vote by vote, and we’ve clearly seen that there is a clear compromise – as I said last week in Strasbourg – which goes through the different groups. Therefore it’s absolutely not necessary to postpone or cancel this vote. We are now prepared; the sector, the drivers all around the European Union, are waiting for action from this European Parliament. Therefore, I urge you all to vote against this approach.

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