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  Proposta di risoluzione sulla crisi umanitaria in Venezuela

19-06-2017 B8-0432/2017

Motion for a resolution on human rights situation in Indonesia

12-06-2017 B8-0431/2017

NB: This motion for a resolution is available in the original language only.

  Proposition de résolution sur la Situation des droits de l'Homme en Indonésie

12-06-2017 B8-0430/2017

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Motion for a resolution on Pakistan, notably the situation of human rights defenders and the death penalty

12-06-2017 B8-0429/2017

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Motion for a resolution on The Human Rights Situation in Indonesia

12-06-2017 B8-0428/2017

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Motion for a resolution on Pakistan, notably the situation of human rights defenders and the death penalty

12-06-2017 B8-0427/2017

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Motion for a resolution on The human rights situation in Indonesia

12-06-2017 B8-0426/2017

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Motion for a resolution on Human Rights in Indonesia

12-06-2017 B8-0425/2017

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Joint motion for a resolution on the human rights situation in Indonesia

14-06-2017 RC-B8-0424/2017

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List of motions for resolutions and amendments

Motions for resolutions put to the vote in plenary

The part-session agenda indicates whether statements by the Council, the Commission or the European Council (Rule 123), and oral questions to the Council and the Commission (Rule 128), will be followed by a vote on a motion for a resolution. Debates on cases of breaches of human rights, democracy and the rule of law (Rule 135), amongst others, may be wound up with a resolution. These texts are generally tabled by a committee, a political group or at least 40 Members.