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Procedura : 2010/2552(RSP)
Ciclo di vita in Aula
Ciclo del documento : B7-0099/2010

Testi presentati :

B7-0099/2010

Discussioni :

PV 11/02/2010 - 10.2
CRE 11/02/2010 - 10.2

Votazioni :

PV 11/02/2010 - 11.2

Testi approvati :

P7_TA(2010)0032

MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION
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See also joint motion for a resolution RC-B7-0099/2010
9.2.2010
PE432.953v01-00
 
B7-0099/2010

with request for inclusion in the agenda for the debate on cases of breaches of human rights, democracy and the rule of law

pursuant to Rule 122 of the Rules of Procedure


on Madagascar


Michèle Rivasi, Nicole Kiil-Nielsen on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group
NB: This motion for a resolution is available in the original language only.

European Parliament resolution on Madagascar  
B7‑0099/2010

The European Parliament,

 having regard to its previous resolution,

 having regard to the African Union resolution on Madagascar,

 having regard to Rule 122(5) of its Rules of Procedure,

A.  Whereas the political crisis in Madagascar has plunged the country in a political uncertainty and deep economic crisis since the coup d'état in March 2009,

 

B.  Whereas a power sharing deal has been negotiated under the auspice of African Union between the current president Rajoelina and former presidents Marc Ravalomanana, Didier Ratsiraka and Albert Zafy to end the political turmoil of the country,

 

C.  Whereas the Maputo Agreement and the Addis Abeba Additional Act remain the only political and democratic solution to the current crisis,

 

D.  Whereas the Maputo agreement foresees the establishment of a national unity government with a of transition period of 15 months,

 

E.  Whereas according to IMF, donors assistant to Madagascar accounted for 50% of the national budget and the EU suspended its development aid funding until democratic solution is found to the current crisis,

 

F.  Whereas the government has issued a decree legalising the export of unprocessed and endangered wood, threatening the biodiversity of the country, which can be lost for ever,

 

1  Regrets that despite the African Union and SADC leaders' effort to bring peaceful solution to the political crisis in Madagascar, following the march 2009 coup d'état, remains unsolved,

 

2  Reiterates its supports to the Maputo's Political Accord and the Addis Abeba Additional Act, brokered by the African Union, which establishes a 15 months transition period with a National unity government, to pave the way for organizing fair and transparent elections,

 

3  Calls on the Commission and Member States not to send any election observation mission to Madagascar, which the current government announces to organise in March circumventing the Maputo Agreement,

 

4  Calls for respect of human rights, democratic principles and rule of law and considers these principles should be at the heart of all solutions to the current political crisis,

 

5  Calls for an independent investigation of human rights violation and calls those responsible to justice in accordance with international standards for fair trial;

 

6  Believes that political pluralism, basic democratic freedoms, respect for human rights and rule of law can only be ensured as a result of consensual and inclusive dialogue, which addresses the root causes of the country's wide range of problems: economic, social, political, environmental,

 

7  Calls on all political actors to put on the top of their agenda, the fight against poverty, aiming at improving the standard of living of the population by putting in place a sound sustainable development policy in terms of basic health care service, education, job creation etc,

 

8  Expresses its deep concern about the illegal export of unprocessed and endangered wood, threatening the biodiversity of the country, which can be lost for ever,

 

9  Calls on the Commission to increase its humanitarian aid to help Madagascar's poor population living mainly in main cities as well as in the drought affected south,

 

10  Instructs its President to forward this resolution to the Council, the Commission, the signatories of the Maputo Political Accord and to the African Union.

 

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