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Tuesday, 24 October 2017 - Strasbourg
Results of votes

 Abbreviations and symbols

 1. EU-Morocco Euro-Mediterranean Aviation Agreement *** 

Recommendation: Dominique Riquet (A8-0303/2017)

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Vote: consentRCV+511, 112, 40

 2. Authorising France to apply a reduced rate of certain indirect taxes on ‘traditional’ rum produced in Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Martinique and Réunion * 

Report: Iskra Mihaylova (A8-0304/2017)

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
single voteRCV+563, 23, 78

 3. Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking: financial contributions *  

Report: Miroslav Poche (A8-0293/2017)

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
single voteRCV+572, 54, 36

 4. Subjecting furanylfentanyl to control measures * 

Report: Michał Boni (A8-0309/2017)

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
single voteRCV+622, 8, 33

 5. Control of spending and monitoring of EU Youth Guarantee schemes cost-effectiveness 

Report: Derek Vaughan (A8-0296/2017)

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
single voteRCV+554, 61, 53

 6. Criminal acts and penalties in the field of illicit drug trafficking ***II 

Recommendation for second reading Teresa Jiménez-Becerril Barrio (A8-0317/2017)

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Approval without vote

 7. CE marked fertilising products ***I 

Report: Mihai Ţurcanu (A8-0270/2017)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV, etc.VoteRCV/EV - remarks
Amendments by the committee responsible – put to the vote collectively1-17
20-27
29-37
39-41
44
46-84
87
91-93
95
98-104
106
108
110
112-118
120-122
126-130
133-135
139-162
164-169
171
179
181
184
187-188
193
202
204
208-221
228-233
238-242
247-251
255-264
269-273
278
280
282-286
288-291
295-300
302
304-312
315-324
committee+
Amendments by the committee responsible – separate votes18committeesplit
1+
2/EV+376, 281, 9
19committeesplit
1+
2-
28committeesplit
1+
2/EV-313, 340, 15
38committeesplit
1/EV+563, 80, 27
2-
42committeesplit
1+
2/EV+364, 288, 16
43committee-
45committee+
85committeesplit
1+
2-
86committeesplit
1+
2/EV-305, 348, 16
88committeeRCV+365, 299, 6
89committeeRCV+538, 123, 7
96committeesplit
1+
2+
3-
97committee+
105committeeAN+477, 182, 13
107committee+
109committeesplit
1+
2+
111committee-
119committeeRCV+363, 283, 26
123committeesplit
1+
2+
125committee-
131committeeEV+408, 242, 20
132committeesplit
1+
2+
137committee-
138committeeEV-309, 347, 16
163committeeEV+329, 320, 22
172committeeEV-288, 379, 2
173committee-
174committee-
175committeesplit
1+
2+
176committee+
177committeesplit
1/RCV+611, 57, 3
2/RCV+490, 140, 3
178committee-
180committee-
182committee+
183committee-
186committee-
189-192committee-
194-197committeeEV-322, 345, 2
198-201committeeEV-323, 341, 3
203committeesplit
1+
2+
205committee+
207committee-
222committeeEV+403, 266, 2
224-227committee-
234-237committee-
243-246committee-
252-254committee-
265-268committee-
274committeeRCV+475, 172, 24
275committeesplit
1+
2+
3+
4+
276committee+
277committee+
279committee+
281committeeRCV+522, 143, 6
287committee+
292committee+
293committee+
294committee+
301committee+
303committeeRCV+534, 123, 15
Article 1, § 2, after point h346EFDD-
Article 42, after § 1345S&D, ALDE+
90committeesplit
1
2
Article 46, § 1, point 2 Regulation (EC) 1107/2009 Article 3 - point 34 - introductory part375Verts/ALE-
94committee+
Article 46, § 1, after point 2 Regulation (EC) 1107/2009 Article 80 - after paragraph 7378GUE/NGL-
After Article 46, Directive 91/676/EEC, Article 2, point (g)401PPERCV-138, 507, 23
Article 48, after § 1374Verts/ALE-
Annex I, part II, PFC 1(A), point 2, indent 2347EFDD-
Annex I, part II, PFC 1 (A), point 2, after indent 6379GUE/NGL-
Annex I, part II, PFC 1 (B), point 3, point a, point 2, indent 1348SEFDDRCV-202, 462, 7
336EFDD-
388 =
402rev CP =
ECR
ENF
RCV-312, 345, 12
396PCPPERCV-307, 355, 7
Annex I, part II, PFC 1 (B), point 3, point a, point 2, indent 3389D =
396CP =
402rev CP =
ECR
PPE
ENF
RCV-325, 336, 8
337EFDD-
343CPS&D, ALDERCV+411, 230, 18
349EFDD
Annex I, part II, PFC 1 (B), point 3, point a, point 2, indent 3338D = 390D =
396CP =
EFDD
ECR
PPE
RCV-322, 332, 11
402rev CPENFRCV-106, 552, 10
350EFDD-
343CPS&D, ALDERCV+402, 250, 12
124committeeRCV
Annex I, part II, PFC 1 (B), point 3, point b351revEFDD-
Annex I, part II, PFC 1 (B), point 3, after point b380GUE/NGL-
Annex I, part II, PFC 1 (C) (I), point 2, point a, point 2, indent 1352DEFDDRCV-196, 459, 12
339EFDD-
391 =
403CP =
ECR
ENF
RCV-321, 339, 10
397CPPPERCV-301, 354, 7
Annex I, part II, PFC 1 (C) (I), point 2, point a, point 2, indent 2392D =
397CP =
403CP =
ECR
PPE
ENF
RCV-320, 340, 7
340EFDD-
344CPS&D, ALDERCV+415, 235, 16
353EFDD
Annex I, part II, PFC 1 (C) (I), point 2, point a, point 2, indent 3341D =
393D =
397CP =
EFDD
ECR
PPE
RCV-330, 333, 4
403CPENFRCV-104, 550, 7
354EFDD-
344CPS&D, ALDERCV+405, 249, 13
136committeeRCV
Annex I, part II, PFC 1 (C) (I), point 2, point b355EFDD-
Annex I, part II, PFC 1 (C) (I), point 2, after point b381GUE/NGL-
Annex I, part II, PFC 1 (C) (I), point 2, point c356EFDD-
Annex I, part II, PFC 1 (C)342ALDEEV-326, 338, 9
170committeeRCV+417, 178, 73
Annex I, part II, PFC 2, point 2, indent 2357EFDD-
Annex I, part II, PFC 2, point 2, indent 3358EFDD-
Annex I, part II, PFC 2, point 2, after indent 6382GUE/NGL-
Annex I, part II, PFC 2, point 3398PPEEV+462, 194, 11
Annex I, part II, PFC 3 (A), point 2, after indent 5383GUE/NGL-
Annex I, part II, PFC 3 (B), point 2, indent 1359revEFDD-
Annex I, part II, PFC3 (B), point 2, indent 2360EFDD-
Annex I, part II, PFC 3 (B), point 2, after indent 5384GUE/NGL-
Annex I, part II, PFC 4, point 2, indent 1361EFDD-
185committeeEV-288, 373, 3
Annex I, part II, PFC 4, point 2, indent 2362EFDD-
Annex I, part II, PFC 4, point 2, after indent 5385GUE/NGL-
Annex I, part II, PFC 6, point 2, indent 1363EFDD-
206committee+
Annex I, part II, PFC 6 point 2, indent 2364EFDD-
Annex I, part II, PFC 6, point 2, indent 3365EFDD-
Annex I, part II, PFC 6, point 2, after indent 3386GUE/NGL-
Annex I, part II, PFC 6 (B) (II), point 2, indent 1366EFDD-
Annex I, part II, PFC 6 (B) (II), point 2, indent 3367EFDD-
Annex II, part II, subheading 10368DEFDD-
Annex II, part II, after paragraph 1404revENFRCV-113, 460, 95
Annex II, part II, CMC 1, point 1, point e369DEFDD-
223committee+
Annex II, part II, CMC 7, paragraph, indent 2 and table377DVerts/ALE-
Annex III, part 1, after paragraph 7370 =
376 =
387 =
EFDD
Verts/ALE
GUE/NGL
EV-315, 354, 0
Annex III, part 2, PFC 1 (B), after paragraph 2373Verts/ALE-
371EFDD-
Annex III, part 2, PFC 1 (C) (I), after paragraph 1372EFDD-
Annex III, part 2, PFC 2, indent 2399PPE+
Annex III, part 3, PFC 2400PPE-
Annex III, part 3, PFC 3313committee+
original textsplit
1
2
Annex III, part 3, PFC 4314committee+
original textsplit
1
2
After recital 8394PPEEV-305, 356, 6
395PPEEV+485, 179, 2
Vote: Commission proposalRCV+298, 234, 135
Requests for roll-call votes
S&D:amendments 338, 341, 343, 344, 348, 352, 389, 392, 396, 397, 401
ECR:amendments 124, 136, 388, 389, 390, 391, 392, 393, 396, 397
Verts/ALE:amendments 338, 348, 389, 390, 396PC, 402PC
EFDD:amendments 88, 89, 105, 119, 170, 177, 274, 281, 303
ENF:amendments 402 (first and third parts), 403 (first and third parts), 404
Requests for separate votes
PPE:amendments 111, 124, 125, 136, 137, 172, 173, 174, 178, 180, 183, 185, 186
ECR:amendment 138
ALDE:amendments 189-192, 194-201, 222, 224-227, 234-237, 243-246, 252-254, 265-268, 287, 292-294
Verts/ALE:amendments 43, 45, 88, 97, 105, 107, 131, 163, 170, 175, 176, 182, 189-192, 194-201, 205, 207, 223, 224-227, 234-237, 243-246, 252-254, 265-268, 274, 276, 277, 279, 301, 303
EFDD:amendments 88, 89, 105, 119, 170, 177, 274, 281, 303
Requests for split votes
ALDE:
Commission proposal, Annex III, part 3, PFC 3
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘± 1,0 at any time in the distribution chain’ and ‘- 25% relative deviation of the declared value at any time in the distribution chain’
Second partthose words
Commission proposal, Annex III – part 3 – PFC 4
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘± 75% relative deviation at any time in the distribution chain’, ‘± 1,0 at any time in the distribution chain’, ‘- 25% relative deviation at any time in the distribution chain’, ‘- 25% relative deviation at any time in the distribution chain’, ‘- 25% relative deviation at any time in the distribution chain’, ‘± 75% relative deviation at any time in the distribution chain’, ‘± 75% relative deviation at any time in the distribution chain’ and ‘± 75% relative deviation at any time in the distribution chain’
Second partthose words
amendment 90
First part:‘With regard to Part II of Annex I, the empowerment to adopt delegated acts referred to in paragraphs 1 and 4 of this Article shall not cover adaptations to the contaminant limits specified therein, unless new contaminant limits are necessary as a consequence of adding new component materials under Annex II.’
Second part:‘When new contaminant limits are set, those limits shall only apply to the new component materials added.’
Verts/ALE:
amendment 18
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘degradation of soil organic compounds’ and ‘Therefore, they act in addition to fertilisers’
Second partthose words
amendment 19
First partThe text as a whole without the second, third and fourth occurrences of the word ‘new’
Second partthose words
amendment 28
First part‘CE-marked fertilising products should be placed on the market only if they are sufficiently effective and do not present a risk to human, animal or plant health, to safety or to the environment when properly stored and used for their intended purpose, and under conditions of use which can be reasonably foreseen, that is when such use could result from lawful and readily predictable human behaviour. Therefore, requirements for safety and quality, as well as appropriate control mechanisms, should be established.’
Second partDeletion of the sentence ‘Furthermore, the intended use of CE marked fertilising products should not lead to food or feed becoming unsafe.’
amendment 38
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘from the phyllosphere’
Second partthose words
amendment 42
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘and provided that they do not influence the conditions for making them available on the market.’
Second partthose words
amendment 85
First partText as a whole excluding the word: ‘new’
Second partthat word
amendment 86
First partText as a whole excluding the word: ‘new’
Second partthat word
amendment 96
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘confined’ and ‘or phyllosphere’
Second part‘confined’
Third part‘or phyllosphere’
amendment 109
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘peat, including’
Second partthose words
amendment 123
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘peat, including’
Second partthose words
amendment 132
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘Organic carbon (Corg) in the CE marked fertilising product shall not exceed 1 % by mass.’
Second partthose words
amendment 175
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘, including mulch’
Second partthose words
amendment 177
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘peat,’
Second partthose words
amendment 203
First partText as a whole excluding the word: ‘confined’
Second partthat word
amendment 275
First part‘b a) improving the soil as a biodegradable mulch film, which complies in particular with the requirements of points 2a and 3 of CMC 10, or’
Second part‘b b) binding components of the fertilising product, without any contact with the soil, or’
Third part‘(bc) improving the stability of the CE marked fertilising products, or’
Fourth part‘(bd) improving water penetration into soil.’
ENF:
amendment 402
First partIndent 1
Second partIndent 2
Third partIndent 3
amendment 403
First partIndent 1
Second partIndent 2
Third partIndent 3
Miscellaneous
Amendments 325, 326, 327, 328 and 329 had been withdrawn.
Amendments 330-335 had been cancelled.

 8. Information exchange on, and an early warning system and risk assessment procedure for, new psychoactive substances ***I 

Report: Michał Boni (A8-0359/2016)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Provisional agreement
Provisional agreement23committeeRCV+609, 19, 29

 9. Common Fisheries Policy: implementation of the landing obligation ***I 

Report: Alain Cadec (A8-0285/2017)

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Vote: Commission proposalRCV+599, 57, 2

 10. Renewing the approval of the active substance glyphosate (Objection pursuant to Rule 106) 

Motion for a resolution: B8-0567/2017

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Motion for a resolution B8-0567/2017
(ENVI Committee)
§ 117ENFRCV-91, 551, 24
§ 212PPEEV-326, 327, 16
After § 47S&D, GUE/NGL, Verts/ALEsplit
1/RCV+578, 81, 7
2/RCV+342, 293, 23
§ 513PPEsplit
1/RCV-235, 403, 30
2/RCV-206, 419, 47
2EFDDRCV-145, 501, 23
1S&DRCV+353, 280, 36
6Verts/ALERCV+332, 307, 30
18ENFRCV-71, 582, 4
§ 714PPEEV-306, 337, 21
After § 719ENFRCV-42, 589, 36
§ 820ENFsplit
1/RCV-102, 524, 44
2/RCV-90, 523, 51
§ 103EFDDRCV-270, 379, 19
15PPE-
21ENFRCV-100, 523, 45
Recital B16PPE-
Recital C8PPE-
After recital I9PPEEV+329, 322, 21
After recital K4Verts/ALE-
Recital L10PPEEV+381, 269, 17
Recital P11PPEEV+326, 321, 20
After Recital Q5Verts/ALE-
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+355, 204, 111
Requests for roll-call votes
Verts/ALE:amendments 6, 7, 13; final vote
ENF:amendments 17, 18, 19, 21
GUE/NGLamendments 1, 2, 13; final vote
EFDD:amendments 1, 2, 3, 20
Requests for split votes
ENF:
amendment 20
First part‘Invites the Commission and the Member States to ensure sufficient testing and monitoring of glyphosate residues in feed, food and drinks produced in, as well as imported into, the Union, in order to address the current data gap pointed out by EFSA; invites the Commission and the Member States to immediately withdraw existing authorisations for glyphosate-tolerant genetically modified organisms and not to validate new ones;’
Second part‘stresses that Member States should be able to ban the import of glyphosate-treated products;’
PPE:
amendment 7
First part‘Calls on the Commission and the Member States not to approve the use of glyphosate for pre-harvest desiccation’
Second part‘with effect from 16 December 2017.’
S&D:
amendment 13
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘renew’
Second partthose words
Miscellaneous:
Laurenţiu Rebega (ENF Group) had also signed amendments 17 and 18.

 11. Authorisation of genetically modified maize 1507 (Objection pursuant to Rule 106) 

Motion for a resolution: B8-0568/2017

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Motion for a resolution B8-0568/2017
(ENVI Committee)
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+433, 201, 33
Requests for roll-call votes
Verts/ALE, ENF:final vote

 12. Authorisation of genetically modified soybean 305423 x 40-3-2 (Objection pursuant to Rule 106) 

Motion for a resolution: B8-0570/2017

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Motion for a resolution B8-0570/2017
(ENVI Committee)
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+433, 202, 31
Requests for roll-call votes
Verts/ALE, ENF:final vote

 13. Authorisation of genetically modified oilseed rapes MON 88302 x Ms8 x Rf3 (Objection pursuant to Rule 106) 

Motion for a resolution: B8-0569/2017

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Motion for a resolution B8-0569/2017
(ENVI Committee)
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+434, 201, 28
Requests for roll-call votes
Verts/ALE, ENF:final vote

 14. Draft amending budget No 5/2017: financing for the European Fund for Sustainable Development and increasing the Emergency Aid Reserve 

Report: Jens Geier (A8-0301/2017)

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
single voteRCV+553, 70, 42

 15. Mobilisation of the Flexibility Instrument to provide the financing for the European Fund for Sustainable Development 

Report: Jens Geier (A8-0298/2017) (Majority of Parliament’s component Members + 3/5 of the votes cast)

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+562, 65, 44

 16. Reflection paper on the future of EU finances 

Motion for a resolution: B8-0565/2017

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Motion for a resolution B8-0565/2017
(BUDG Committee)
§ 112GUE/NGL-
8EFDD-
§ 213GUE/NGL-
§ 314GUE/NGL-
9EFDD-
After § 315GUE/NGLsplit
1-
2-
16GUE/NGL-
17GUE/NGLsplit
1/RCV-159, 489, 20
2/RCV
18GUE/NGL-
19GUE/NGLRCV-137, 500, 27
§ 41ENFRCV-75, 566, 23
10EFDD-
20GUE/NGLRCV-20, 624, 25
After § 421GUE/NGLRCV-35, 564, 67
§ 52ENFRCV-84, 503, 70
22GUE/NGL-
11EFDD-
7S&D-
§ 723DGUE/NGL-
3ENFRCV-85, 570, 11
After § 724GUE/NGLRCV-220, 410, 37
§ 925GUE/NGLRCV-71, 501, 96
§ 10§original textsplit
1+
2+
After § 104ENF-
§ 135ENF-
After § 1626GUE/NGLRCV-69, 546, 57
§ 176ENFRCV-93, 501, 70
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+442, 189, 37
Requests for roll-call votes
ENF:amendments 1, 2, 3, 6
GUE/NGL:amendments 17, 19, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26; final vote
Requests for split votes
Verts/ALE:
§ 10
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘and defence’
Second partthose words
amendment 15
First part‘Deplores the option deliberated to increase the budgetary allocation for militarism, securitarianism and foreign interference, a political and ideological option that has not only been funding and promoting several contemporary armed conflicts, but has also been at the root of the migration flows and the looting of resources in developing countries;’
Second part‘denounces the fact that for the post-2020 period the Commission claims that it will allocate EUR 1.5 billion of the EU budget to the European Defence Fund per year, which, together with Member States’ contributions to finance joint development projects, could generate costs in the field of defence research and capability of EUR 5.5 billion per year;’
amendment 17
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘and external action’
Second partthose words

 17. Legitimate measures to protect whistle-blowers acting in the public interest 

Report: Virginie Rozière (A8-0295/2017)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Alternative motion for a resolution1ENFRCV-45, 550, 66
§ 3§original textRCV+338, 322, 5
§ 13§original textRCV+358, 285, 24
§ 19§original textsep+
§ 23§original textsep/EV-300, 357, 9
§ 25§original textsplit
1/RCV+604, 49, 14
2/RCV+343, 277, 33
§ 35276+ MEPsRCV-288, 346, 34
§ 36§original textRCV+404, 249, 12
§ 38376+ MEPsRCV-294, 350, 26
§ 48§original textsplit
1/RCV+615, 27, 22
2/RCV+349, 272, 24
§ 50476+ MEPsRCV-308, 351, 7
§ 57§original textsplit
1+
2+
§ 58§original textsplit
1+
2/RCV-323, 330, 15
§ 61§original textsep+
§ 65§original textsep/EV-303, 360, 4
§ 67§original textRCV+333, 318, 18
Recital C§original textsep/EV+363, 296, 5
Recital N§original textRCV+328, 307, 23
Recital V§original textsep/EV-308, 326, 32
Recital Y§original textsep+
Recital AG§original textsep+
Recital AK§original textRCV+367, 256, 43
Vote: Motion for a resolution (JURI Committee)RCV+399, 101, 166
Requests for roll-call votes
ENF:amendment 1
S&D:amendments 2, 3, 4; recitals N, AK; §§ 3, 13, 25, 48
76+ Members:amendments 2, 3, 4; §§ 36, 67
Requests for separate votes
76+ Members:recitals C, N, V, Y, AG, AK; §§ 3, 13, 19, 23, 36, 61, 65, 67
Requests for split votes
76+ Members:
§ 25
First part‘Considers that the implementation of comprehensive legal regulations on the protection of whistle-blowers encourages a ‘speak up’ culture and that whistle-blowing should be promoted as an act of good citizenship; urges the Member States and the EU institutions, therefore, to promote the positive role that whistle-blowers play, as well the serious concerns regarding their often vulnerable and defenceless position, in particular through awareness-raising and protection campaigns, communication and training efforts; recommends to the Commission, in particular, that a comprehensive plan on this issue be presented; calls, in this context, for a website to be launched where useful information on the protection of whistle-blowers should be provided, and through which complaints can be submitted;’
Second part‘stresses that this website should be easily accessible to the public and should keep their data anonymous;’
§ 48
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘considers, therefore, that in the case of alleged retaliatory actions taken against the whistle-blower, the employer shall provide evidence that these actions are unrelated to the report made by the whistle-blower; considers that the protection of the whistle-blower should be granted on the basis of the information exposed and not on the intention of the whistle-blower;’
Second partthose words
§ 57
First part‘Calls on Member States and EU institutions, in cooperation with all relevant authorities, to introduce and take all possible necessary measures to protect the confidentiality of the information sources in order to prevent any discriminatory actions or threats, as well as to establish transparent channels for information disclosure, to set up independent national and EU authorities to protect whistle-blowers,’
Second part‘and to consider providing those authorities with specific support funds; calls also for the establishment of a centralised European authority for the effective protection of whistle-blowers and people who assist their acts based on the model of national privacy watchdogs;’
§ 58
First part‘Calls on the Commission, in order for these measures to be effective, to develop instruments focusing on providing protection against unjustified legal prosecutions, economic sanctions and discrimination;’
Second part‘suggests the setting up of national funds or a European fund, financed in part from monies recovered or proceeds from fines, to give appropriate financial support to whistle-blowers in the EU;’

 18. Minimum income policies as a tool for fighting poverty 

Report: Laura Agea (A8-0292/2017)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
§ 2§original textsplit
1+
2-
3-
4-
§ 3§original textsplit
1/RCV+527, 133, 5
2/RCV-299, 351, 13
§ 7§original textsplit
1+
2/EV+363, 292, 4
§ 9§original textsplit
1+
2+
§ 21§original textsplit
1/RCV+496, 151, 21
2/RCV-287, 358, 9
§ 36§original textsplit
1+
2+
§ 43§original textsplit
1+
2/EV-322, 331, 6
3/EV+328, 315, 20
4+
§ 47, point c§original textsplit
1+
2-
§ 53§original textsplit
1/RCV+539, 75, 44
2/RCV-304, 307, 43
§ 44§original textsep-
Recital G§original textsep-
Recital M§original textsplit
1+
2+
Recital X§original textsep/EV-311, 314, 24
Recital AV§original textsep/EV+346, 273, 20
Recital BA§original textsep+
Recital BC§original textsep/EV+291, 269, 92
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+451, 147, 42
Requests for roll-call votes
S&D:§§ 3, 21
Verts/ALE:§§ 3, 21, 53
Requests for separate votes
76+ Members:recitals G, X, AV, BA, BC, § 44
Requests for split votes
76+ Members:
Recital M
First partText as a whole excluding the word: ‘universal’
Second partthat word
§ 2
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘be based on the redistribution of the wealth produced’, ‘wage increases, and’ and ‘universal, free and’
Second part‘be based on the redistribution of the wealth produced’
Third part‘wage increases, and’
Fourth part‘universal, free and’
§ 3
First part‘Highlights the importance of adequate public funding to finance minimum income schemes; ‘calls on the Commission to specifically monitor the use of the 20 % of the total allocation of the ESF devoted to fighting poverty and social exclusion, and also to examine, in the forthcoming review of the Common Provisions Regulation for the Structural Funds (Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013), and in particular in the framework of the European Social Fund and the EU Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI), the funding possibilities for helping every Member State establish a minimum income scheme where it does not exist or improve the functioning and effectiveness of existing systems,’
Second part‘and, if necessary, to take into consideration the setting-up of an appropriate European Fund, on a temporary basis, to work as an instrument of cohesion policy and European solidarity;’
§ 7
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘Highlights the importance of the automatic stabilisation dimension of welfare systems for the absorption of social shock waves caused by external effects such as recessions;’ and 'also'
Second partthose words
§ 9
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘high-quality universal’
Second partthose words
§ 21
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘points out in this regard that it has been shown that it is legally possible to have a framework directive on minimum income within the context of the current EU Treaties; is of the view that a framework of this kind should be based on tangible factors and should bear in mind the social and economic context and historical practices of each Member State, and that it could be an incentive to motivate people to be economically active; ‘
Second partthose words
§ 36
First part‘Argues that minimum income schemes are transitional instruments for reducing and fighting poverty, social exclusion and inequality, and that they should be seen as a social investment; ‘
Second part‘notes the counter-cyclical effects of minimum income schemes;’
§ 43
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘designed at European level concerning common objectives’, ‘in contributing to a level playing field among Member States’ and ‘and to consider further steps’
Second part‘designed at European level concerning common objectives’
Third part‘in contributing to a level playing field among Member States’
Fourth part‘and to consider further steps’
§ 47 (c)
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘such as homeless people, refugees, asylum seekers, Roma or young people’
Second partthose words
§ 53
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘and a policy environment dominated by austerity;’
Second partthose words
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