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Thursday, 13 February 2020 - Strasbourg
Results of votes

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 1. The Republic of Guinea, notably violence towards protesters 

Motions for resolutions: B9-0104/2020, B9-0106/2020, B9-0108/2020, B9-0110/2020, B9-0111/2020, B9-0113/2020

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Joint motion for a resolution RC-B9-0104/2020
(PPE, S&D, Renew, Verts/ALE, ECR, GUE/NGL)
Resolution (text as a whole)+
Motions for resolutions by political groups

 2. Child labour in mines in Madagascar 

Motions for resolutions: B9-0101/2020, B9-0102/2020, B9-0103/2020, B9-0105/2020, B9-0107/2020, B9-0109/2020, B9-0112/2020

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Motion for a resolution B9-0101/2020
Resolution (text as a whole)-
Joint motion for a resolution RC-B9-0102/2020
(PPE, S&D, Renew, Verts/ALE, ECR, GUE/NGL)
§ 51=
RCV+361, 165, 100
§original textRCV
§ 128GUE/NGLEV-214, 271, 140
2Verts/ALEEV+277, 267, 77
After § 129GUE/NGLEV+370, 219, 36
After § 1410GUE/NGL-
§ 203Verts/ALERCV+392, 141, 95
After § 204Verts/ALERCV+298, 297, 32
After recital K5GUE/NGL-
Recital L6GUE/NGL-
Resolution (text as a whole)+
Motions for resolutions by political groups
Requests for roll-call votes
Verts/ALE:§ 5; amendments 1, 3, 4, 7
Evin Incir (S&D Group) had also signed joint motion for a resolution RC-B9-0102/2020.

 3. False and Authentic Documents Online (FADO) system ***I 

Report: Roberta Metsola (A9-0022/2019)

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Provisional agreement
Provisional agreement2committeeRCV+592, 33, 3
Addendum: all language versions

 4. The EU priorities for the 64th session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women 

Motions for resolutions: B9-0093/2020, B9-0095/2020

SubjectAm NoAuthorRCV etc.VoteRCV/EV – remarks
Motion for a resolution B9-0095/2020
Resolution (text as a whole)-
Motion for a resolution B9-0093/2020
(PPE, S&D, Renew, Verts/ALE, GUE/NGL)
§ 1, after point (d)3S&D+
§ 1, point (g)1S&D, Verts/ALEsplit
2/EV+343, 243, 42
§ 1, point (l)§original textsep+
§ 1, point (m)§original textsplit
1/RCV+428, 149, 46
2/RCV+366, 240, 22
§ 1, point (v)§original textsplit
§ 1, point (x)§original textsplit
1/RCV+483, 86, 58
2/RCV+487, 123, 17
3/RCV+525, 51, 50
§ 1, point (aa)§original textsplit
§ 1, point (bb)§original textsplit
2/RCV+457, 130, 39
§ 1, point (jj)§original textRCV+460, 94, 72
After recital D2S&D+
Recital F§original textsplit
1/RCV+496, 93, 38
2/RCV+420, 161, 42
Recital K§original textsplit
2/RCV+451, 113, 59
Recital M§original textsep+
Resolution (text as a whole)RCV+463, 108, 50
Requests for roll-call votes
Renew:§ 1, point (jj); final vote
ECRrecitals F, K (2nd part); § 1, point (m) (2nd part); § 1, point (bb) (2nd part)
S&D:§ 1, point (m); § 1, point (x); § 1, point (jj)
Verts/ALE:§ 1, point (x)
Requests for separate votes
ECRrecital M; § 1, point (l); § 1, point (jj)
PPE:recital M; § 1, point (l); § 1, point (bb); § 1, point (jj)
Requests for split votes
§ 1, point (bb)
First part‘To provide evidenced-based age-sensitive, comprehensive sexuality and relationship education to girls and boys in school settings in order to enable children and young people to develop the accurate knowledge, attitudes and skills they need to form safe, healthy, and respectful relationships; to recall that such education should be grounded in respect for human rights and gender equality and diversity; to acknowledge that such education should include topics such as sexual orientation and gender identity, gender expression, gender norms, relationships and affirmative consent, prevention of sexual and gender-based violence and harmful practices such as grooming and female genital mutilation, prevention of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), HIV, and unintended pregnancy,’
Second part‘and provide information about access to sexual and reproductive healthcare, including family planning, contraceptive methods and safe and legal abortion;’
Recital F
First part‘whereas an organised, worrying backlash against women’s and LGBTIQ+ rights is being observed worldwide;’
Second part‘whereas this backlash is also visible in the EU Member States where anti-gender movements try to limit sexual and reproductive health and rights, ban sexuality education and gender studies and promote smear campaigns against the Istanbul Convention; whereas this regression in women’s rights and gender equality must be equated with attacks against democracy itself;’
amendment 1
First parttext as a whole without: ‘all’ (second occurrence) and ‘building on existing international examples’
Second partthose words
Recital K
First part‘whereas, pursuant to the Istanbul Convention, violence against women is understood as a violation of human rights and a form of discrimination against women; whereas gender-based violence continues to be a daily reality for millions of women and girls; whereas as many as one in two women in the EU have experienced sexual harassment and one in three have been affected by physical and/or sexual violence; whereas women and girls account for more than two thirds of victims of trafficking in human beings; whereas the exposure of certain groups of women to intersectional and multiple forms of discrimination further increases their exposure to different forms of gender-based violence; whereas combating discrimination in laws and practices, and tackling discriminatory attitudes and norms in areas such as child marriage and other customary practices strengthens women’s rights and empowerment;’
Second part‘whereas the denial of sexual and reproductive health and rights services is a form of violence against women;’
§ 1, point (m)
First part‘To strongly condemn the “global gag” rule, which prohibits international organisations from receiving US family planning funding if they provide, counsel for, refer to or lobby for abortion services; consider this rule as a direct attack on, and a setback for, gains made for women’s and girls’ rights;’
Second part‘to call, as a matter of urgency, for the EU and its Member States to counter the impact of the gag rule by significantly supporting sexual and reproductive health and rights funding and to fill the financing gap;’
§ 1, point (v)
First parttext as a whole without: ‘to lead by example and unblock the Women on Boards Directive in the European Council and’
Second partthose words
§ 1, point (x)
First part‘To urgently conclude the EU ratification of the Istanbul Convention on the basis of a broad accession without any limitations, and to advocate its ratification by all the Member States; to ensure proper implementation and enforcement of the Convention, and to allocate adequate financial and human resources to prevent and combat violence against women and gender-based violence, as well as to the protection of victims; to take the recommendations by the Council of Europe’s Group of Experts on Action against Violence against Women and Domestic Violence (GREVIO) into account and to improve legislation to bring it more into line with the Istanbul Convention’s provisions;’ without the words: ‘without any limitations’
Second partthose words
Third part‘to request the Commission to submit a legal act on the prevention and suppression of all forms of violence against women and girls and of gender-based violence;’
§ 1, point (aa)
First part‘To guarantee universal respect for, and access to, sexual and reproductive health and rights as agreed in the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development, the BPfA and the outcome documents of the review conferences thereof acknowledging that they contribute to the achievement of all health-related SDGs such as prenatal care and measures to avoid high-risk births and reduce infant and child mortality;’
Second part‘to acknowledge that access to family planning, maternal health services and safe and legal abortion services are important elements for saving women’s lives;’
Udo Bullmann (S&D Group) had also signed motion for a resolution B9-0093/2020.
Dimitrios Papadimoulis (GUE/NGL Group) had also signed motion for a resolution B9-0093/2020.
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