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Thursday, 4 October 2018 - Strasbourg
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 1. Deterioration of media freedom in Belarus, notably the case of Charter 97 

Motions for resolutions: B8-0451/2018, B8-0452/2018, B8-0453/2018, B8-0454/2018, B8-0455/2018, B8-0457/2018

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Joint motion for a resolution RC-B8-0451/2018
(PPE, S&D, ECR, ALDE, Verts/ALE)
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)+
Motions for resolutions by political groups
B8-0451/2018ECR
B8-0452/2018ALDE
B8-0453/2018Verts/ALE
B8-0454/2018S&D
B8-0455/2018GUE/NGL
B8-0457/2018PPE

 2. The UAE, notably the situation of human rights defender Ahmed Mansoor 

Motions for resolutions: B8-0456/2018, B8-0458/2018, B8-0459/2018, B8-0462/2018, B8-0467/2018, B8-0469/2018

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Joint motion for a resolution RC-B8-0456/2018
(S&D, ALDE, Verts/ALE, GUE/NGL, EFDD, Anna Maria Corazza Bildt, Amjad Bashir, Monica Macovei)
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+322, 220, 56
Motions for resolutions by political groups
B8-0456/2018Verts/ALE
B8-0458/2018ECR
B8-0459/2018S&D
B8-0462/2018ALDE
B8-0467/2018GUE/NGL
B8-0469/2018PPE
Requests for roll-call votes
GUE/NGL:Final vote [RC-B8-0456/2018]
Miscellaneous:
Frédérique Ries had withdrawn her signature from motion for resolution B8-0462/2018 and from joint motion for a resolution RC-B8-0456/2018.
Patricia Lalonde and Amjad Bashir had withdrawn their signatures from joint motion for a resolution RC-B8-0456/2018.

 3. Mass arbitrary detention of Uyghurs and Kazakhs in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region 

Motions for resolutions: B8-0460/2018, B8-0461/2018, B8-0463/2018, B8-0464/2018, B8-0465/2018, B8-0466/2018, B8-0468/2018

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Joint motion for a resolution RC-B8-0460/2018
(PPE, S&D, ECR, ALDE, Verts/ALE, EFDD)
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)+
Motions for resolutions by political groups
B8-0460/2018Verts/ALE
B8-0461/2018ECR
B8-0463/2018EFDD
B8-0464/2018S&D
B8-0465/2018ALDE
B8-0466/2018GUE/NGL
B8-0468/2018PPE

 4. Public procurement strategy package 

Report: Carlos Coelho (A8-0229/2018)

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
single voteRCV+534, 54, 15

 5. EU Agency for Criminal Justice Cooperation (Eurojust) ***I 

Report: Axel Voss (A8-0320/2017)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Proposal to reject the Commission proposal
Proposal to reject the Commission proposal195EFDD-
Provisional agreement
Provisional agreement196committeeRCV+515, 64, 26

 6. Mutual recognition of freezing and confiscation orders ***I 

Report: Nathalie Griesbeck (A8-0001/2018)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Proposal to reject the Commission proposal
Proposal to reject the Commission proposal146EFDD-
Provisional agreement
Provisional agreement145committeeRCV+531, 51, 26

 7. Free flow of non-personal data in the European Union ***I 

Report: Anna Maria Corazza Bildt (A8-0201/2018)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Provisional agreement
Provisional agreement47committeeRCV+520, 81, 6

 8. The EU’s input on a UN binding instrument on transnational corporations with respect to human rights 

Motions for resolutions: B8-0443/2018, B8-0472/2018, B8-0473/2018, B8-0474/2018

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Motion for resolution B8-0443/2018
(DEVE committee)
§ 10§original textsplit
1+
2/EV+287, 249, 66
§ 14§original textsplit
1+
2/EV+284, 247, 71
3/EV+283, 249, 71
§ 19§original textsplit
1+
2/EV+281, 258, 66
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)EV+301, 288, 17
Motion for resolution B8-0472/2018
(ECR)
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)
Motion for resolution B8-0473/2018
(PPE)
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)
Motion for resolution B8-0474/2018rev
(S&D, ALDE, Verts/ALE, GUE/NGL, EFDD)
§ 10§original textsplit
1
2
§ 14§original textsplit
1
2
3
§ 19§original textsplit
1
2
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)
Requests for split votes
PPE:
B8-0443/2018
§ 10
First part‘Reaffirms the urgent need to act in an effective and coherent manner at all levels, including national, European and international, in order to effectively address human rights abuses by transnational corporations, to provide for access to remedies, to address legal problems resulting from the transnational character of the activities of business enterprises and TNCs and the growing complexity of global value chains and the extraterritorial dimension of transnational companies, as well as the related uncertainty as to where liability for human rights violations lies;’
Second part‘reaffirms the need to fully implement the extraterritorial obligations of States, as set out in the Maastricht Principles and building on the various instruments of the Council of Europe, in particular the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR); more broadly, urges the EU to take initiatives to improve access to remedy in extraterritorial cases, in line with the recommendations set in the 2017 FRA opinion;’
§ 14
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘the recognition of the extraterritorial human rights obligations of States’ and ‘and the setting-up of international judicial and non-judicial mechanisms for supervision and enforcement’
Second part‘the recognition of the extraterritorial human rights obligations of States’
Third part‘and the setting-up of international judicial and non-judicial mechanisms for supervision and enforcement’
§ 19
First part‘Reiterates once more its call for the EU and its Member States to engage genuinely and constructively in these negotiations and in the intergovernmental process’
Second part‘aimed at the completion of the OEIGWG’s mandate; highlights the paramount importance of the EU constructively contributing to the achievement of a Binding Treaty which will effectively address the issue of corporate liability for human rights violations and related challenges;’
PPE:
B8-0474/2018rev
§ 10
First part‘Reaffirms the urgent need to act in an effective and coherent manner at all levels, including national, European and international, in order to effectively address human rights abuses by transnational corporations, to provide for access to remedies, to address legal problems resulting from the transnational character of the activities of business enterprises and TNCs and the growing complexity of global value chains and the extraterritorial dimension of transnational companies, as well as the related uncertainty as to where liability for human rights violations lies;’
Second part‘reaffirms the need to fully implement the extraterritorial obligations of States, as set out in the Maastricht Principles and building on the various instruments of the Council of Europe, in particular the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR); more broadly, urges the EU to take initiatives to improve access to remedy in extraterritorial cases, in line with the recommendations set in the 2017 FRA opinion;’
§ 19
First part‘Reiterates once more its call for the EU and its Member States to engage genuinely and constructively in these negotiations and in the intergovernmental process’
Second part‘aimed at the completion of the OEIGWG’s mandate; highlights the paramount importance of the EU constructively contributing to the achievement of a Binding Treaty which will effectively address the issue of corporate liability for human rights violations and related challenges;’
§ 14
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘the recognition of the extraterritorial human rights obligations of States’ and ‘and the setting-up of international judicial and non-judicial mechanisms for supervision and enforcement’
Second part‘the recognition of the extraterritorial human rights obligations of States’
Third part‘and the setting-up of international judicial and non-judicial mechanisms for supervision and enforcement’

 9. Situation in Yemen 

Motions for resolutions: B8-0444/2018, B8-0445/2018, B8-0446/2018, B8-0447/2018, B8-0448/2018, B8-0449/2018, B8-0450/2018

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Joint motion for a resolution RC-B8-0444/2018
(PPE, S&D, ECR, ALDE, Verts/ALE, GUE/NGL, EFDD)
§ 20§original textsplit
1/RCV+546, 41, 10
2/RCV+353, 217, 33
§ 23§original textsplit
1+
2+
Recital T§original textsplit
1+
2+
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)+
Motions for resolutions by political groups
B8-0444/2018ECR
B8-0445/2018S&D
B8-0446/2018PPE
B8-0447/2018Verts/ALE
B8-0448/2018EFDD
B8-0449/2018ALDE
B8-0450/2018GUE/NGL
Requests for roll-call votes
GUE/NGL:§ 20
Requests for split votes
ECR
§ 23
First part‘Reserves the right to reconsider the matter until a negotiated solution is reached; recommends that its Subcommittee on Human Rights monitor human rights developments in Yemen’
Second part‘and produce a report on the violations of human and civil rights perpetrated in the country;’
PPE:
§ 20
First part‘Calls on the Council to effectively promote compliance with international humanitarian law, as provided for in the relevant EU guidelines; reiterates, in particular, the need for the strict application by all EU Member States of the rules laid down in Common Position 2008/944/CFSP; recalls, in this regard, Parliament’s resolutions on the situation in Yemen of 25 February 2016 and 30 November 2017;’
Second part‘urges all EU Member States in this context to refrain from selling arms and any military equipment to Saudi Arabia, the UAE and any member of the international coalition, as well as to the Yemeni Government and other parties to the conflict;’
PPE, ECR:
Recital T
First part‘whereas the majority of strikes carried out by US forces in Yemen are lethal drone strikes;’
Second part‘whereas the decision to add certain persons to the target lists of drone operations is often made without court warrants or orders; whereas the targeting and subsequent killing of certain individuals can under certain circumstances be seen as extrajudicial killing;’

 10. Fighting customs fraud and protecting EU own resources 

Motion for a resolution: B8-0400/2018

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Motion for a resolution B8-0400/2018
(CONT committee)
§ 1§original textRCV+473, 100, 28
§ 8§original textRCV+445, 131, 23
§ 9§original textRCV+433, 155, 14
§ 10§original textRCV+485, 74, 33
§ 12§original textsplit
1/RCV+448, 132, 16
2/RCV+380, 187, 19
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+410, 84, 77
Requests for roll-call votes
EFDD:§§ 1, 8, 9, 10, 12, final vote
Requests for separate votes
ECR§§ 8, 12
Requests for split votes
PPE:
§ 12
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘transferring the responsibilities of customs authorities from national to EU level as regards’
Second partthose words
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