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Thursday, 10 October 2019 - Brussels
Results of votes

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 1. Request for urgent procedure: Periods of application of Regulations (EU) 2019/501 and (EU) 2019/502 ***I 

Request for urgent procedure (C9-0108/2019)

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Vote: request for urgent procedure+

 2. Eurojust and Serbia Cooperation Agreement * 

Report: Juan Fernando López Aguilar (A9-0009/2019)

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
single voteRCV+583, 18, 51

 3. Draft amending budget No 4/2019: reduction of commitment and payment appropriations in line with updated needs of expenditure and update of revenue (own resources) 

Report: John Howarth (A9-0012/2019) (majority of Parliament’s component Members for adoption of amendments)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Draft amending budget No 4/2019
Draft amending budget No 4/20191-11
13-16
committee+
12committeeRCV+487, 125, 40
Motion for a resolution
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+538, 113, 9
Requests for roll-call votes
ID:amendment 12

 4. Adjustments to the amounts mobilised from the Flexibility Instrument for 2019 to be used for migration, refugee inflows and security threats 

Report: John Howarth (A9-0013/2019) (majority of Parliament’s component Members + 3/5 of votes cast)

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Vote: Commission proposalRCV-53, 526, 82

 5. Objection pursuant to Rule 112: active substances, including flumioxazine 

Motion for a resolution: B9-0103/2019

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Motion for a resolution B9-0103/2019
(ENVI committee)
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+402, 222, 39
Requests for roll-call votes
GUE/NGLfinal vote

 6. Objection pursuant to Rule 112: active substances, including chlorotoluron 

Motion for a resolution: B9-0104/2019

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Motion for a resolution B9-0104/2019
(ENVI committee)
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+417, 200, 40
Requests for roll-call votes
GUE/NGL:final vote

 7. Objection pursuant to Rule 112: genetically modified maize MZHG0JG (SYN-ØØØJG-2) 

Motion for a resolution: B9-0107/2019

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Motion for a resolution B9-0107/2019
(ENVI committee)
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+436, 208, 16
Requests for roll-call votes
Verts/ALE, ID, GUE/NGL:final vote

 8. Objection pursuant to Rule 112: genetically modified soybean A2704-12 (ACS-GMØØ5-3) 

Motion for a resolution: B9-0105/2019

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Motion for a resolution B9-0105/2019
(ENVI committee)
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+426, 208, 20
Requests for roll-call votes
Verts/ALE, ID, GUE/GNL:final vote

 9. Objection pursuant to Rule 112: genetically modified maize MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 × DAS-40278-9 and genetically modified maize combining two, three or four of the single events MON 89034, 1507, MON 88017, 59122 et DAS-40278-9 

Motion for a resolution: B9-0106/2019

SubjectRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Motion for a resolution B9-0106/2019
(ENVI committee)
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+435, 207, 18
Requests for roll-call votes
Verts/ALE, ID, GUE/NGL:final vote

 10. Foreign electoral interference and disinformation in national and European democratic processes 

Motions for resolutions: B9-0108/2019, B9-0111/2019

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Motion for a resolution B9-0108/2019
(PPE, S&D, Renew, Verts/ALE, ECR)
After § 17ECREV+358, 283, 12
§ 42S&DRCV+436, 126, 92
13Verts/ALEEV+356, 293, 12
After § 414Verts/ALEEV+350, 267, 44
§ 53S&DRCV+347, 282, 34
§ 81=
8=
PPE
ECR
EV-308, 327, 28
§ 10§original textRCV+566, 58, 39
§ 1315Verts/ALEEV+400, 250, 10
§ 21§original textRCV+472, 178, 13
§ 289ECR-
§ 3410ECREV+367, 259, 38
§original textsep
§ 35§original textRCV+573, 72, 16
§ 3611DECRRCV+320, 306, 35
§original textsplit
1/RCV
2/RCV
Citation 44ECR+
Recital E12Verts/ALE-
Recital F5ECR-
Recital J6ECR-
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+469, 143, 47
Motion for a resolution B9-0111/2019
(ID)
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)
Requests for roll-call votes
S&D:§ 36; amendments 2, 3, 11
Renew:§§ 10, 21, 35; final vote
Requests for separate votes
Verts/ALE:§ 34
Requests for split votes
S&D:
§ 36
First partText as a whole excluding the words: ‘further consideration could be given as to whether’
Second partthose words

 11. Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027 and own resources: time to meet citizens’ expectations 

Motions for resolutions: B9-0110/2019, B9-0112/2019, B9-0113/2019

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Motion for a resolution B9-0110/2019
(PPE, S&D, Renew, Verts/ALE)
After § 11GUE/NGL-
After § 22GUE/NGL-
After § 33GUE/NGL-
13GUE/NGLRCV-120, 438, 103
§ 4§original textsplit
1/RCV+456, 180, 28
2+
After § 44GUE/NGL-
5GUE/NGLRCV-93, 491, 77
§ 5§original textRCV+382, 221, 57
After § 514GUE/NGLRCV-67, 435, 155
After § 66GUE/NGLRCV-80, 518, 60
17GUE/NGLRCV-176, 431, 56
After § 77GUE/NGLRCV-137, 503, 21
After § 88GUE/NGLRCV-202, 424, 30
§ 919ECR-
After § 99GUE/NGLRCV-151, 480, 27
After § 1010GUE/NGLRCV-134, 420, 104
15GUE/NGLRCV-134, 488, 38
After § 1111GUE/NGLRCV-139, 433, 84
18GUE/NGLRCV-68, 579, 13
After § 1212GUE/NGLRCV-183, 438, 41
After § 1316GUE/NGLRCV-95, 458, 106
Vote: resolution (text as a whole)RCV+426, 163, 67
Motions for resolutions by political groups
B9-0112/2019IDRCV
B9-0113/2019GUE/NGL
Requests for roll-call votes
PPE:final vote (B9-0110/2019)
S&D:final vote (B9-0110/2019)
ID:§§ 4 (1st part), 5; final vote (B9-0110/2019); final vote (B9-0112/2019)
GUE/NGL:amendments 5-18
Requests for split votes
ID:
§ 4
First part‘Reiterates that the next MFF should be set at EUR 1 324.1 billion in 2018 prices, representing 1,3 % of the EU-27’s gross national income (GNI);’
Second part‘stresses that this global figure is the result of a bottom-up assessment of the required level of funding for each EU programme and policy; recalls, in this context, Parliament’s intention to boost flagship programmes (e.g. in the areas of youth, research and innovation, the environment and the climate transition, infrastructure, SMEs, digitalisation and social rights), to maintain the financing of existing EU policies in real terms (notably cohesion, agriculture and fisheries), and to match additional responsibilities (e.g. in the fields of migration, external action and defence) with additional financial means; firmly believes that European added value is brought about by pooling resources at EU level as a matter of efficiency, solidarity and global impact; stresses, in this context, the need to strengthen the focus of future spending on results;’

 12. Employment and social policies of the euro area 

Report: Yana Toom (A9-0016/2019)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Alternative motion for a resolution1IDRCV-109, 509, 40
§ 1§original textsplit
1+
2/RCV+364, 228, 57
3/RCV-296, 317, 43
Vote: motion for a resolution (text as a whole)
(EMPL committee)
RCV+422, 131, 101
Requests for roll-call votes
ID:amendment 1
PPE, S&D§ 1 (2nd and 3rd parts)
Requests for split votes
1/10 of Members:
§ 1
First part‘Notes that while the economic conditions in the EU are currently favourable and overall employment is steadily growing, it remains vital to tackle youth unemployment and the issues faced by NEETs swiftly, and there is still an urgent need for improvement in terms of long-term unemployment, labour market segmentation and inequalities, inclusion of vulnerable groups, in-work poverty and productivity, especially in the context of a potential global economy slowdown or recession; strongly regrets that real wage growth at Union level remains below what could be expected given the positive labour market and economic performance;’
Second part‘calls on the Commission to present a European unemployment benefit reinsurance scheme to protect citizens and reduce the pressure on public finances during external shocks;’
Third part‘calls for a new financial instrument to tackle long-term unemployment, which provides financial support for measures and projects in regions with above-average long-term unemployment;’
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