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Minutes
Monday, 7 March 2016 - Strasbourg

11. Order of business
CRE

The final draft agenda for the March and 2016 sittings (PE 578.051/PDOJ) had been distributed and the following changes had been proposed (Rule 152):

Monday

No changes.

Tuesday

Request by the ECR Group to include as the first item on the agenda a debate on the Kirkhope report on the use of passenger name record data (EU-PNR).

The following spoke: Timothy Kirkhope, on behalf of the ECR Group, to move the request, Alain Lamassoure, to second the request, and Enrique Guerrero Salom, against the request.

Parliament voted by RCV to reject the request (163 in favour, 207 against, 14 abstentions).

Request by the Verts/ALE Group to include as the second item on the agenda for the afternoon a statement by the Vice-President of the Commission/High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy on recent events impacting human rights, the rule of law and stability in Turkey.

The following spoke: Rebecca Harms, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, to move the request, Marie-Christine Vergiat, to second the request, and Cristian Dan Preda, against the request.

Parliament voted by RCV to reject the request (136 in favour, 243 against, 6 abstentions).

Wednesday

No changes.

Thursday

Debate on cases of breaches of human rights, democracy and the rule of law (Rule 135):

Request by the GUE/NGL Group to include on the agenda in place of the debate on freedom of expression in Kazakhstan (item 90 on the final draft agenda), a debate on violation of human rights obligations during the forced evictions from the Calais 'Jungle', wound up with the tabling of motions for resolutions.

The following spoke: Gabriele Zimmer, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, to move the request, Molly Scott Cato, to second the request, and Diane James, against the request.

Parliament voted by RCV to reject the request (90 in favour, 276 against, 21 abstentions).

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The order of business was thus established.

The following spoke: James Nicholson.

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