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Minutes
Monday, 9 March 2015 - Strasbourg

12. Order of business
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The final draft agenda for the March I 2015 sittings (PE 550.479/PDOJ) had been distributed and a number of changes had been proposed (Rule 152):

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The following spoke: Emmanouil Glezos, on the situation in Greece, Claudia Tapardel, to ask for action to be taken against Gianluca Buonanno, because of comments that he had made that she described as racist; and Gerard Batten (the President informed Claudia Tapardel that he could not take action against comments made outside Parliament but would announce the measures taken against Gianluca Buonanno because of his conduct in Parliament).

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Monday and Tuesday

No changes.

Wednesday

Request by the PPE Group to wind up the debate on the statement by the Commission on the rise of anti-Semitism, Islamophobia and violent extremism in the EU (2015/2595(RSP)) (Point 74 of the final draft agenda) with the tabling of a motion for a resolution to be put to the vote at the April II part-session.

The following spoke: Roberta Metsola, on behalf of the PPE Group, giving reasons for the request, Monika Hohlmeier, supporting the request, and Birgit Sippel, opposing the request.

Parliament rejected the request by electronic vote (152 in favour, 152 against, 12 abstentions)

Thursday

Request by the PPE Group to enter, as the second item on Thursday's agenda, a statement by the Commission – without tabling motions for resolutions – on a possible mass influx of migrants at the EU's borders because of recent advances by Islamic State militants in Libya.

The following spoke: Monika Hohlmeier, on behalf of the PPE Group, giving reasons for the request, Roberta Metsola, supporting the request, Enrique Guerrero Salom, proposing that the statement should refer more generally to the situation in Libya and not only to the influx of migrants, Monika Hohlmeier and Enrique Guerrero Salom, further clarifying their proposals, and the President, who proposed the wording 'Unstable situation in Libya and its consequences'.

Parliament approved the President's proposal.

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The order of business was thus established.

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