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Wednesday, 16 January 2019 - Strasbourg
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 1. Closure of the accounts for European Asylum Support Office (EASO) for the financial year 2016 

Proposal for a decision B8-0052/2019

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Proposal for a decision B8-0052/2019
(BUDG committee)
vote: proposal for a decision+

 2. Seeking an opinion from the Court of Justice on the compatibility with the Treaties of the proposed EU-Morocco Agreement on the amendment of Protocols 1 and 4 to the Euro-Mediterranean Agreement 

Motion for a resolution: B8-0051/2019

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Motion for a resolution B8-0051/2019
(76+ Members)
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV-210, 414, 48
Requests for roll-call votes
GUE/NGL:final vote

 3. EU-Morocco Agreement on the amendment of Protocols 1 and 4 to the Euro-Mediterranean Agreement (Resolution) 

Report: Marietje Schaake (A8-0478/2018)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
§ 9§original textsplit
1+
2-
§ 263Verts/ALEEV-230, 410, 37
2S&DEV+390, 268, 20
After § 291ALDE+
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+442, 172, 65
Requests for split votes
ALDE:
§ 9
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘to ensure that the proposed agreement supports UN efforts to achieve a lasting settlement;’
Second partthose words

 4. EU-Morocco Agreement on the amendment of Protocols 1 and 4 to the Euro-Mediterranean Agreement *** 

Recommendation: Marietje Schaake (A8-0471/2018)

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Vote: consentRCV+444, 167, 68

 5. EU-China Agreement in connection with the WTO dispute settlement proceedings DS492 – Measures affecting tariff concessions on certain poultry meat products *** 

Recommendation: Iuliu Winkler (A8-0472/2018)

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Vote: consentRCV+589, 73, 21

 6. European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) ***I 

Report: Maria Arena (A8-0445/2018)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Amendments by the committee responsible – put to the vote collectively1-21
23-27
29-52
54-61
63-72
74-84
86-95
committee+
Amendments by the committee responsible - separate vote22committeesplit
1+
2-
53committeesep+
62committeesep/EV+392, 290, 3
73committeesplit
1+
2+
85committeesep/EV+340, 335, 4
Article 3, § 298ALDE+
Article 3, after § 296S&DRCV-291, 354, 38
Recital 1397ALDE+
Recital 2928committeesplit
1-
2-
§original textsplit
1+
2-
Vote: Commission proposalRCV+570, 103, 14
Requests for roll-call votes
S&D:amendment 96
Requests for separate votes
ALDE:amendments 53, 62, 85
Requests for split votes
ALDE:
amendment 22
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘In past terms there has been considerable underspending of the fund, primarily due to the unawareness of the existence of the EGF. This could be solved by creating more publicity and information provision about the EFT’
Second partthose words
amendment 73
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘including the creation of a Helpdesk’
Second partthose words
S&D:
amendment 28
First part‘In the interest of the beneficiaries, assistance should be delivered quickly and efficiently. The Member States and the Union institutions involved in the EFT decision-making process should do their utmost to reduce processing time and simplify and adapt procedures to specific needs so as to ensure the smooth and rapid adoption of decisions on the mobilisation of the EFT.’
Second part‘Therefore, the Budgetary Authority should in the future decide on transfer requests submitted by the Commission, not requiring a Commission Proposal for the mobilisation of the EFT anymore.’
Recital 29 (Commission proposal)
First part‘In the interest of the beneficiaries, assistance should be made available as quickly and efficiently as possible. The Member States and the Union institutions involved in the EGF decision-making process should do their utmost to reduce processing time and simplify procedures so as to ensure the smooth and rapid adoption of decisions on the mobilisation of the EGF.’
Second part‘Therefore, the Budgetary Authority shall in the future decide on transfer requests submitted by the Commission, not requiring a Commission Proposal for the mobilisation of the EGF anymore.’

 7. European Social Fund Plus (ESF+) 

Report: Verónica Lope Fontagné (A8-0461/2018)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Amendments by the committee responsible – put to the vote collectively1-2
4-33
35-39
41-47
49-88
91
93-96
98-160
committee+
Amendments by the committee responsible - separate vote40committeeRCV+494, 138, 50
97committeeRCV+495, 150, 38
Article 3171GUE/NGLRCV-97, 569, 20
Article 4, § 1, points i to vii89CP1committee+
Article 4, § 1, point viii168ENF-
89CP2committee+
Article 4, § 1, after point viii89CP3committee+
Article 4, § 1, point ix89CP4committee+
172GUE/NGL-
Article 4, § 1, after point ix to § 2 (inc.)89CP5committee+
Article 4, § 389CP6committee+
173GUE/NGL-
Article 5, § 1174GUE/NGLRCV-48, 614, 26
90CP1committee+
Article 5, remainder90CP2committeesplit
1+
2/RCV+467, 155, 61
Article 5, after § 4162EFDDRCV-198, 328, 161
Article 7, § 1175GUE/NGLRCV-116, 548, 19
92CP1committee+
Article 7, § 2176DGUE/NGLRCV-172, 501, 13
Article 7, § 392CP2committee+
177GUE/NGLRCV-88, 576, 19
Article 7, after § 3 to § 592CP3committeesplit
1+
2/RCV+474, 149, 64
Article 26, § 2, point b, introductory part178GUE/NGLRCV-118, 550, 18
Article 26, § 2, point b, point iv179DGUE/NGLRCV-100, 578, 6
Recital 2163ENF-
3committee+
169GUE/NGLRCV-100, 510, 76
Recital 20164DENF-
34committee+
After recital 20165ENF-
Recital 21170GUE/NGLRCV-142, 512, 36
After recital 25166ENF-
Recital 26167ENF-
48committee+
After recital 50161EFDDRCV-205, 348, 136
Vote: Commission proposalRCV+543, 81, 64
Requests for roll-call votes
S&D:amendments 40, 97, 90CP2 (2nd part), 92CP3 (2nd part)
EFDD:amendments 161, 162
GUE/NGL:amendments 169, 170, 171, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179
Requests for separate votes
ALDE:amendments 40, 97
Requests for split votes
ALDE:
amendment 90
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘EUR 5 900 000 000 shall be allocated for measures falling under the European Child Guarantee referred to in Article 10a’
Second partthose words
amendment 92
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘3a. Within the specific objectives for the social inclusion policy area set out in points (vii) to (x) of Article 4(1), Member States shall allocate at least 5 % of their ESF+ resources under shared management to targeted actions aiming at implementing the European Child Guarantee, in order to contribute to children’s equal access to free healthcare, free education, free childcare, decent housing and adequate nutrition.’
Second partthose words

 8. Specific provisions for the European territorial cooperation goal (Interreg) ***I 

Report: Pascal Arimont (A8-0470/2018)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Amendments by the committee responsible – put to the vote collectively1-199committee+
Article 9, after § 5201EFDDRCV-192, 485, 9
After recital 3200EFDDRCV
Vote: Commission proposalRCV+570, 80, 25
Requests for roll-call votes
EFDD:amendments 200, 201

 9. Apportionment of tariff rate quotas included in the WTO schedule of the Union following the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the Union ***I 

Report: Godelieve Quisthoudt-Rowohl (A8-0361/2018)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Provisional agreement
Provisional agreement17committeeRCV+626, 18, 42
Parliament statement18committee+
Commission statement19committee+

 10. Union’s authorisation procedure for pesticides 

Report: Norbert Lins and Bart Staes (A8-0475/2018)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
§ 1103ENFRCV-53, 595, 38
137GUE/NGL-
56ECRRCV-90, 412, 184
After § 1104ENFRCV-123, 482, 77
105ENFRCV-68, 595, 20
106ENFRCV-57, 605, 17
§ 557DECRRCV-82, 600, 2
§ 658ECRRCV-88, 412, 181
§ 859ECRRCV-95, 402, 186
After § 860ECRRCV-79, 569, 42
138GUE/NGLRCV-108, 361, 219
§ 9112EFDDRCV-84, 374, 229
61ECRRCV-103, 382, 198
§original textsplit
1+
2+
3+
After § 962ECRRCV-118, 376, 192
§ 12§original textRCV+557, 107, 15
§ 1363DECRRCV-70, 542, 68
After § 13138+ MEPssplit
1/RCV+563, 83, 36
2/RCV-276, 322, 84
139GUE/NGLRCV
§ 1564ECRRCV-53, 560, 70
120GUE/NGLRCV-114, 343, 224
140GUE/NGL-
After § 15141GUE/NGL-
§ 1865DECRRCV-77, 586, 19
§ 2066ECRRCV-72, 571, 35
After § 21121GUE/NGL-
122GUE/NGLRCV-107, 503, 70
123GUE/NGLRCV-136, 344, 197
124GUE/NGL-
125GUE/NGL-
§ 22142GUE/NGL-
After § 22143GUE/NGL-
§ 2567ECRRCV-85, 589, 10
After § 25144GUE/NGLRCV-119, 375, 190
§ 2668ECRRCV-136, 313, 232
After § 32145GUE/NGL-
§ 3369DECRRCV-93, 556, 6
§ 3470DECRRCV-93, 581, 7
§ 3571DECRRCV-91, 583, 6
§ 3772ECRRCV-111, 555, 14
§ 3873ECRRCV-91, 373, 209
§ 3975DECRRCV-86, 584, 15
§ 4176ECRRCV-78, 580, 22
§ 4277DECRRCV-94, 582, 7
§ 4378ECRRCV-76, 401, 205
§original textsplit
1/RCV+649, 22, 12
2/RCV+571, 92, 19
3/RCV+649, 19, 11
§ 4479DECRRCV-88, 583, 6
§ 4580DECRRCV-83, 593, 3
§ 48146GUE/NGL-
§ 51147GUE/NGL-
§ 5481DECRRCV-93, 406, 181
After § 56126GUE/NGL-
§ 5882ECRRCV-90, 584, 10
148GUE/NGL-
§ 6083ECRRCV-47, 613, 25
§ 6184ECRRCV-73, 579, 26
§ 6385DECRRCV-101, 376, 191
After § 7113338+ MEPssplit
1+
2/EV-257, 419, 2
§ 7286DECRRCV-75, 585, 17
§ 7487DECRRCV-104, 559, 9
§ 7588DECRRCV-67, 574, 39
§original textsplit
1+
2+
After § 75127GUE/NGLRCV-142, 322, 218
128GUE/NGL-
129GUE/NGLRCV-114, 470, 95
149GUE/NGLRCV-113, 349, 210
§ 7689ECRRCV-74, 598, 11
After § 79150GUE/NGLRCV-148, 341, 185
§ 8090ECRRCV-79, 576, 23
113EFDDRCV-130, 348, 194
§ 8391DECRRCV-81, 573, 19
After § 85130GUE/NGLRCV-115, 548, 15
§ 8692ECRsplit
1/RCV-146, 517, 14
2/RCV-156, 342, 176
After § 87131GUE/NGLRCV-154, 316, 211
132GUE/NGLRCV-120, 347, 214
§ 8893ECRRCV-77, 400, 203
§ 894PPE, Verts/ALE+
§ 905PPE, Verts/ALE+
§ 9294ECRRCV-52, 587, 37
§ 94151GUE/NGL-
§ 9695ECRRCV-96, 582, 2
§ 9796DECRRCV-118, 552, 6
§ 9897ECRRCV-81, 563, 6
§ 10098ECRRCV-69, 591, 15
§ 10199ECRRCV-87, 578, 8
§ 102100DECRRCV-89, 409, 183
§ 103101DECRRCV-89, 404, 177
114EFDD-
§ 104152GUE/NGL-
§ 112102ECRRCV-94, 574, 11
Citation 296DECR-
After citation 34115GUE/NGL-
116GUE/NGL-
Recital B7ECR-
134GUE/NGL-
After recital B8ECR-
9ECR-
Recital C10ECR-
Recital D11DECRRCV-68, 585, 24
Recital F12ECR-
Recital H2PPE, Verts/ALE+
13ECR-
Recital J14ECR-
Recital O107EFDD-
§original textsplit
1+
2+
3+
Recital Q15DECRRCV-72, 547, 52
after recital V16ECR-
Recital X17DECR-
Recital Y18DECR-
After recital Y135GUE/NGL-
Recital Z19DECR-
Recital AD20ECR-
Recital AJ21DECR-
After recital AJ22ECR-
Recital AK23DECR-
After recital AK25ECR-
After recital AN26ECR-
Recital AO27DECR-
Recital AW28ECRRCV-76, 402, 199
Recital AX29ECR-
After recital AX3Verts/ALE-
Recital AY30ECR-
§original textsplit
1+
2/EV+383, 289, 5
After recital AY31ECR-
Recital AZ117GUE/NGL-
Recital BB32ECRRCV-66, 387, 225
After recital BB33ECRRCV-86, 389, 196
After recital BC118GUE/NGL-
Recital BD34ECRRCV-82, 396, 197
§original textsplit
1+
2+
Recital BF35ECRRCV-69, 407, 204
Recital BG36DECRRCV-93, 569, 13
Recital BI37DECRRCV-65, 568, 40
136GUE/NGLRCV-125, 468, 83
After recital BJ119GUE/NGLRCV-109, 326, 239
Recital BK38ECRRCV-54, 397, 221
Recital BL39DECRRCV-47, 582, 46
Recital BM40ECR-
Recital BN41DECR-
Recital BO42ECR-
Recital BP43DECR-
Recital BQ44DECR-
After recital BQ108EFDDRCV-152, 279, 247
109EFDDRCV-119, 462, 91
Recital BS45ECRsplit
1-
2-
Recital BU46ECR-
Recital BW47ECR-
Recital BX48ECR-
Recital BY§original textsplit
1+
2+
Recital CB49DECR-
Recital CC50ECR-
§original textsplit
1+
2+
Recital CH51ECRRCV-75, 381, 220
§original textsplit
1/RCV+596, 67, 11
2/RCV+415, 234, 25
3/RCV+649, 23, 3
Recital CI52DECRRCV-66, 585, 26
110EFDDRCV-163, 277, 230
Recital CJ53DECRRCV-63, 574, 37
Recital CK54ECR-
111EFDD-
Recital CL55ECR-
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+526, 66, 72
Requests for roll-call votes
EFDD:amendments 1, 108, 109, 110, 112, 113
ECRamendments 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102
GUE/NGL:amendments 119, 120, 122, 123, 127, 129, 130, 131, 132, 136, 138, 139, 144, 149, 150
S&D:amendments 78, 88
Verts/ALE:amendments 11, 15, 28, 36, 51, 52, 53, 57, 63, 69, 70, 71, 75, 77, 78, 79, 83, 85, 88, 91, 96; recital CH; §§ 12, 43
ENF:amendments 103, 104, 105, 106
Requests for separate votes
PPE:§ 12
Verts/ALE:recital CH; §§ 12, 43
Requests for split votes
GUE/NGL:
recital BD
First part‘whereas several other competent authorities around the world, including those of the US, Canada, New Zealand, Australia and Japan, have subsequently finalised new assessments of glyphosate and concluded that it is not carcinogenic;’
Second part‘whereas glyphosate is still under review by the US Environmental Protection Agency, whose draft ecological risk assessment clearly states that there is potential for effects on birds, mammals, and terrestrial and aquatic plants;’
recital BY
First partText as a whole excluding the word: ‘high’
Second partthis word
recital CC
First part‘whereas concern has been raised with regard to the zonal system, and in particular the delays in the procedure and the frequent full or partial re-evaluations of applications in the context of mutual recognition, arising from the differing national requirements of evaluation models of Member States in the same zone;’
Second part‘whereas the aim of the procedure of mutual recognition by Member States was to simplify procedures and increase trust among the Member States; whereas the application of the mutual recognition procedure is regarded as an important tool to increase work sharing and ensure compliance with deadlines while guaranteeing optimum protection, and is important for the functioning of the internal market;’
§ 75
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘to assessing whether it would be justified’
Second partthose words
PPE:
§ 43
First part‘Stresses that scientific peer-reviewed open literature, where available,
Second part‘should be given the equivalent weight in the assessment as GLP-based studies; considers that they are both valid as contributions to the assessment and’
Third part‘should be weighted according to the relative quality of the studies and their relevance to the application under consideration;’
Recital AY
First part‘whereas the credibility of the Union authorisation system for plant protection products strongly depends on public trust in EFSA, which provides the scientific opinions that are the basis for decisions with regard to food safety in Europe;’
Second part‘whereas the decreasing public trust in EFSA is a concern;’
recital CH
First part‘whereas recent reports have highlighted significant declines in biodiversity with regard to birds and insects, in particular bees and other pollinators; whereas, in the last 27 years, a decline of over 75 % in total flying insect biomass in protected areas has been observed’
Second part‘whereas agricultural intensification (e.g. pesticide usage, year-round tillage, increased use of fertilisers and frequency of agronomic measures), which was not incorporated in that analysis, may form a plausible cause; whereas agricultural intensification has been associated with an overall decline in biodiversity in plants, insects, birds and other species;’
Third part‘whereas biodiversity and robust ecosystems are of fundamental importance, particularly bees and other pollinating insects, to ensure a healthy and sustainable agricultural sector;’
amendment 1
First partText as a whole excluding the word: ‘dwellings’
Second partthose words
amendment 45
First part‘whereas risks are identified by EFSA in its conclusions on active substances, but the Commission often leaves risk mitigation measures to the Member States, which have expertise relevant to country-specific needs, notwithstanding the possibility granted to it under the Regulation to impose them at EU level; whereas this approach was condemned by the European Ombudsman in her decision in case 12/2013/MDC;’
Second part‘whereas the Ombudsman declared that her understanding is that the exact definition of mitigation measures should be left to national authorities, in an acknowledgement that this is the most appropriate level for ensuring that such measures are adapted to specific land, soil and climate conditions and local agricultural practices;’
amendment 92
First part‘Calls on the Commission, in accordance with its resolution of 15 February 2017 on low-risk pesticides of biological origin and its resolution of 13 September 2018 on the implementation of the Regulation, to submit a specific legislative proposal to amend the Regulation outside of the ongoing REFIT procedure, with a view to enabling a rigorous high-quality evaluation, authorisation and registration process;’
Second part‘stresses that plant protection products of biological origin should be subject to the same rigorous evaluations as other substances;’
EFDD, GUE/NGL:
Recital O
First partText as a whole excluding the words: the first reference to the word ‘use’ and ‘when inappropriate’
Second part‘use’ (first reference)
Third part‘when inappropriate’
§ 9
First partText as a whole excluding the words: the first reference to the word ‘use’ and ‘when inappropriate’
Second part‘use’ (first reference)
Third part‘when inappropriate,’
PPE, Verts/ALE:
amendment 133
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘Calls on the Commission to’, ‘comprising an equal balance of scientists and senior judicial figures and’, and ‘and guaranteeing the reputability of the European experts;’
Second partthose words
Miscellaneous
Amendment 24 had been cancelled.
Amendment 27 had been declared inadmissible.
Romeo Franz and Bas Eickhout had withdrawn their signatures from amendment 1.
Julia Reid (EFDD Group) and Tomáš Zdechovský (PPE Group) had also signed amendment 1.

 11. Establishing a dedicated financial programme for decommissioning of nuclear facilities and management of radioactive waste * 

Report: Peter Kouroumbashev (A8-0441/2018)

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
single voteRCV+494, 35, 32

 12. Implementation report on the trade pillar of the Association Agreement with Central America 

Report: Reimer Böge (A8-0459/2018)

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
single voteRCV+429, 42, 98

 13. Establishing the InvestEU Programme ***I 

Report: José Manuel Fernandes and Roberto Gualtieri (A8-0482/2018)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Amendments by the committee responsible – put to the vote collectively1CP1committee+
Amendments by the committee responsible - separate vote
Annex II, § 1, point 2, point a1CP2committeesplit
1+
2+
Annex II, § 1, point 2, point b1CP3committeesplit
1+
2+
Annex II, § 121CP4DcommitteeRCV-266, 323, 8
Annex III, § 4.4, indent 31CP5committeesplit
1+
2+
Annex III, point 6.21CP6committeesep+
Recital 23a1CP7committeesep/EV+413, 190, 7
Other amendments
Article 2, § 1, point 1221DGUE/NGL-
Article 3, § 1, point a29GUE/NGLRCV-118, 493, 7
1CP8committee+
Article 3, § 1, point b30GUE/NGLRCV-126, 494, 6
1CP9committee+
Article 3, § 1, point c31GUE/NGLRCV-130, 496, 6
1CP10committee+
Article 3, after § 232GUE/NGLRCV-110, 510, 10
Article 4, § 36Verts/ALE-
Article 7, § 1, point c33GUE/NGL-
1CP11committee+
Article 7, § 5, point a7CP1Verts/ALERCV-120, 495, 19
1CP12committeeRCV+334, 278, 25
15CP1PPERCV
Article 7, § 5, point b7CP2=
1CP13=
15CP2=
Verts/ALE
committee
PPE
RCV+546, 40, 47
Article 7, § 5, point c7CP3=
1CP14=
15CP3=
Verts/ALE
committee
PPE
RCV+390, 225, 19
Article 7, § 5, point d7CP4=
1CP15=
15CP4=
Verts/ALE
committee
PPE
RCV+344, 220, 73
Article 7, § 5, final §7CP5=
1CP16=
15CP5=
Verts/ALE
committee
PPE
RCV+585, 35, 18
After Article 78Verts/ALERCV-124, 491, 18
1CP17committee+
Article 8, § 1, introductory part34GUE/NGLRCV-93, 486, 59
1CP18committee+
Article 8, § 1, point a, after point i35GUE/NGLRCV-133, 496, 7
Article 8, § 1, point b22DGUE/NGL-
Article 99D=
23D=
Verts/ALE
GUE/NGL
-
1CP19committee+
Article 11, § 1, after point a36GUE/NGLRCV-120, 496, 22
Article 11, after § 110Verts/ALERCV-112, 481, 43
Article 11, § 2, after point a37GUE/NGLRCV-105, 522, 9
Article 19, § 2, sub§ 238GUE/NGLRCV-144, 433, 55
Article 19, § 2, sub§ 439GUE/NGL-
Article 19, § 3, sub§ 140GUE/NGL-
Article 19, after § 441GUE/NGLRCV-134, 475, 28
After Article 1911Verts/ALERCV-133, 461, 40
Article 20, after § 112Verts/ALE-
Annex II, § 1, point 1, introductory part13Verts/ALERCV-271, 344, 24
Annex II, § 1, point 7, introductory part24GUE/NGL-
Annex II, § 1, after point 132=
16=
ITRE
ALDE
+
Before Recital 125GUE/NGLRCV-280, 346, 13
Recital 317GUE/NGL-
1CP20committee+
Recital 526GUE/NGL-
1CP21committee+
Recital 714PPERCV-266, 331, 43
1CP22committeeEV+353, 272, 16
Recital 1327GUE/NGL-
After recital 133Verts/ALERCV+318, 306, 14
After recital 1828GUE/NGLRCV-138, 472, 25
Recital 1918DGUE/NGL-
1CP23committee+
Recital 204D=
19D=
Verts/ALE
GUE/NGL
-
1CP24committee+
Recital 3120DGUE/NGL-
Recital 355Verts/ALEEV+471, 150, 15
1CP25committee
Vote: Commission proposalRCV+517, 90, 25
Requests for roll-call votes
PPE:amendments 14, 15; Annex II, § 1, point 12 (amendment 1CPD)
GUE/NGL:amendments 25, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 41
Verts/ALE:amendments 3, 7, 8, 10, 11, 13; article 7, § 5 (amendment 1CP)
Requests for separate votes
PPE:Annex II, § 1, point 12 (amendment 1CPD)
ALDE:recital 23a (amendment 1CP)
Verts/ALE:recital 7 (amendment 1CP)
S&D:Annex III, point 6.2 (amendment 1CP); article 7, § 5, point a (amendment 15); article 7, § 5, point c; article 7, § 5 point d (amendment 1CP)
Requests for split votes
Verts/ALE:
Annex II, § 1, point 2, point a (amendment 1CP)
First partText as a whole excluding the word: ‘airports’
Second partthose words
Annex II, § 1, point 2, point b (amendment 1CP)
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘and air transport’
Second partthose words
Annex III, point 4.4, indent 3 (amendment 1CP)
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘and air transport’
Second partthose words

 14. EU Emergency Travel Document * 

Report: Kinga Gál (A8-0433/2018)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Amendments by the committee responsible – put to the vote collectively1-4committee+
Article 9, § 1, point b6GUE/NGLEV+318, 296, 23
Article 13, § 47GUE/NGLEV+321, 309, 2
Recital 205GUE/NGL+
Vote: Commission proposalRCV+600, 35, 6

 15. Euratom Research and Training programme 2021- 2025 * 

Report: Miapetra Kumpula-Natri (A8-0406/2018)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Amendments by the committee responsible – put to the vote collectively1
3-4
7-10
12-15
17-29
committee+
Amendments by the committee responsible - separate vote2committeesplit
1+
2/RCV+391, 210, 31
6committeesplit
1+
2/RCV+394, 168, 60
30committeesep+
Article 3, § 1, point b11committeeRCV+380, 209, 45
§original textRCV
Article 4, § 2, sub§ 1, point a16committeeRCV+450, 153, 27
§original textRCV
After Article 834Verts/ALERCV+342, 253, 44
35Verts/ALERCV+304, 276, 51
Recital 55committeeEV+521, 80, 33
§original textsplit
1
2
3
After recital 531Verts/ALERCV+391, 197, 35
Recital 632Verts/ALERCV-143, 476, 13
After recital 1233Verts/ALERCV+318, 269, 40
Vote: Commission proposalRCV+468, 125, 47
Requests for roll-call votes
Verts/ALE:amendments 2 (2nd part), 6 (2nd part), 11, 16, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35; article 3, § 1, point b (Commission proposal); article 4, § 2, sub§ 1, point a (Commission proposal).
Requests for separate votes
Verts/ALE:amendments 11, 16, 30; article 3, § 1, point b (Commission proposal); article 4, § 2, sub§ 1, point a (Commission proposal).
Requests for split votes
Verts/ALE:
amendment 2
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘Nuclear research makes an important contribution to environmental sustainability and the fight to combat climate change by reducing the Union’s dependence on imported energy, while’
Second partthose words
amendment 6
First part‘The Programme is a crucial part of Union’s efforts to maintain and enhance scientific and industrial leadership in the field of energy technologies.’
Second part‘In order to support the safe operation of existing fission power and facilitate the decarbonisation of the power system, fission research should continue to form an integral part of the Euratom programme.’
recital 5 (Commission proposal)
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘power and’ and excluding the words ‘fostering fusion energy’
Second part‘power and’
Third part‘fostering fusion energy’

 16. European Central Bank Annual report 2017 

Report: Gabriel Mato (A8-0424/2018)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
§ 2§original textsplit
1+
2/RCV+461, 157, 14
§ 3§original textsep+
§ 74GUE/NGL, Verts/ALERCV-181, 439, 15
§ 10§original textsep+
§ 16§original textsplit
1/RCV+504, 77, 51
2/RCV+433, 119, 77
§ 225GUE/NGL-
After § 246GUE/NGL, Verts/ALE-
§ 257GUE/NGL, Verts/ALE-
§original textsplit
1+
2+
§ 331EFDDsplit
1/RCV-90, 537, 9
2/RCV-23, 579, 24
3/RCV-128, 486, 21
§original textsplit
1/RCV+604, 21, 8
2/RCV+525, 99, 8
After § 342EFDDsplit
1/RCV-51, 562, 17
2/RCV-47, 550, 27
Recital C§original textsplit
1+
2+
Recital L3GUE/NGLRCV+323, 295, 17
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+500, 115, 19
Requests for roll-call votes
EFDD:§§ 2 (2nd part), 16, 33; amendments 1, 2
GUE/NGL:amendments 3, 4
Requests for separate votes
EFDD:§§ 3, 10
Requests for split votes
EFDD:
Recital C
First part‘whereas the latest economic figures in 2018 reflect a certain slowdown in growth from the high levels of 2017,’
Second part‘owing to a weaker impetus from external trade and higher oil prices;’
§ 2
First part‘Emphasises that the euro is primarily a political project, rather than an economic one;’
Second part‘stresses the irreversible nature of the single currency;’
§ 25
First part‘Recalls that the ECB as an EU institution is bound by the Paris agreement;’
Second part‘invites the ECB, in full respect of its mandate, its independence and the risk management framework, to integrate the commitment to the Paris agreement and economic, social and governance principles (ESG principles) into its policies;’
§ 33
First partText as a whole excluding the word: ‘not’
Second partthose words
amendment 1
First part‘Takes note of the increase in TARGET2 balances indicating continued capital outflows from the euro area periphery; notes that the ECB considers that changes in the TARGET balances largely reflect the liquidity flows arising in the context of the APP and are not a symptom of renewed stress on the financial markets; calls on the ECB to clarify the underlying factors and potential risks relating to the imbalances that this could cause; considers that the ECB should demand appropriate collateral for TARGET2 balances;’
Second part‘recommends that negative TARGET2 balances should automatically be converted into government debt if a Member State leaves the euro area;’
Third part‘recommends establishing a formal procedure that enables Member States to exit the euro area;’
amendment 2
First part‘Calls on the ECB, without prejudice to its independence, and on the Commission to recommend changing the ECB’s voting procedure so that for any of its decisions the votes in the Governing Council shall be weighted according to the national central banks’ shares in the subscribed capital of the ECB;’
Second part‘calls on the ECB and the Commission to consider making it mandatory for non-standard monetary policy measures to be adopted by qualified majority vote only;’
PPE:
§ 16
First part‘Notes the opinion of the ECB calling for the establishment of a European deposit insurance scheme (EDIS) as the third pillar of the banking union; highlights the key role of deposit insurance for confidence-building and for ensuring the safety of all deposits within the Banking Union; stresses that EDIS could help further enhance and safeguard financial stability;’
Second part‘recognises that risk sharing and risk reduction should go hand in hand;’

 17. Banking Union - Annual report 2018 

Report: Nils Torvalds (A8-0419/2018)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
After § 19GUE/NGLRCV-105, 510, 16
10GUE/NGLRCV-93, 496, 23
11GUE/NGLRCV-101, 512, 17
12GUE/NGL-
After § 213GUE/NGLRCV-98, 514, 18
§ 103EFDDRCV-150, 423, 56
§ 114DEFDDRCV-47, 541, 41
§ 165EFDD-
After § 206EFDD-
§ 257EFDD-
After recital A8GUE/NGL-
Recital E1EFDDRCV+362, 250, 23
After recital F2EFDD-
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+497, 125, 14
Requests for roll-call votes
EFDD:amendments 1, 3, 4
GUE/NGL:amendments 9, 10, 11, 13

 18. Implementation of the EU-Colombia and Peru Trade Agreement 

Report: Santiago Fisas Ayxelà (A8-0446/2018)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
§ 11GUE/NGLRCV-148, 451, 34
After § 12GUE/NGL-
§ 63GUE/NGL-
§ 114GUE/NGLsplit
1-
2/EV+444, 178, 6
§ 18§original textsplit
1+
2/RCV+504, 91, 37
§ 195GUE/NGLRCV-122, 451, 44
§ 226GUE/NGLRCV-118, 499, 11
After § 227GUE/NGLsplit
1+
2-
§ 258GUE/NGLRCV-275, 338, 21
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+472, 80, 74
Requests for roll-call votes
GUE/NGL:amendments 1, 5, 6, 8
ECR§ 18 (2nd part)
Requests for split votes
ECR
§ 18
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘including, among various enforcement methods, the possibility of considering sanctions as a deterrent measure to be used, as last resort, in the case of serious and persistent breaches, with due regard to the social partners and organised and representative civil society’
Second partthose words
PPE:
amendment 4
First part‘Takes note that the Commission considers that the Agreement has contributed to the modernisation and diversification of exports from Colombia and Peru and that it has had a positive impact on Colombian and Peruvian SMEs,’
Second part‘but observes that figures relating to volumes and job creation are very low, and recalls that similar progress took place in previous periods; calls on the Commission to include the situation of the local industries and economic diversification in its future analysis; points out that the Agreement has the potential to make greater contributions to the development of the Colombian and Peruvian start-up scenes, in particular as regards the region’s entrepreneurial communities in urban hubs such as Bogotá, Medellín and Lima; stresses, however, that more needs to be done in terms of diversification of exports away from traditional mineral, oil and agricultural products, which account for up to 70 % of exports by volume, and towards the export of processed goods and products with greater added value, to support economic development and job creation, with full respect for environmental standards and human rights;’
amendment 7
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘that are environmentally more sustainable than palm oil’
Second partthose words

 19. Situation of fundamental rights in the European Union in 2017 

Report: Josep-Maria Terricabras (A8-0466/2018)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
§ 7§original textsplit
1+
2/EV+309, 301, 19
§ 10§original textsep+
§ 15§original textsep/EV+312, 310, 9
§ 23§original textRCV+391, 165, 62
Citation 22§original textRCV+504, 83, 37
Recital F§original textsplit
1/RCV+519, 53, 51
2/RCV+394, 184, 39
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+390, 153, 63
Requests for roll-call votes
PPE:§ 23; Recital F
GUE/NGL:Citation 22 (“– having regard to its resolution of 1 June 2017 on combating antisemitism”)
Requests for separate votes
PPE:§§ 10, 15, 23
GUE/NGL:Citation 22 (“– having regard to its resolution of 1 June 2017 on combating antisemitism”)
Requests for split votes
PPE:
Recital F:
First part‘whereas women and girls in the EU experience structural gender inequality in a variety of forms and in a range of settings – including gender discrimination, sexual harassment, gender-based violence and misogynistic hate speech – which severely limits their ability to enjoy their rights and participate on an equal footing in society; whereas in 2017, the #MeToo movement raised awareness of the scale and intensity of the sexual harassment and sexual and gender-based violence that women face; whereas the #MeToo movement resulted in some positive momentum for gender equality, but cases of sexual harassment and sexual and gender-based violence are still widespread; whereas in recent years reports have pointed out a growing backlash against women’s rights and gender equality in the EU;’
Second part‘whereas women in the Union are not equal before the right to abortion owing to differing policies and legislation across Member States;’
§ 7
First part‘Points out that improving the quality, independence and efficiency of national justice systems, in particular with regard to judges, prosecutors and lawyers, remains a key priority of the European Union;’
Second part‘stresses that there is an urgent need to introduce a gender-sensitive perspective into the Member States’ legal and judicial systems, including the development and institutionalisation of the gender component through training programmes for all judiciary staff;’
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