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14. 4.

1999 EN Official Journal of the European Communities C 104/39

Wednesday 13 January 1999

Ullmann report − A4-0507/98 Jarzembowski report (A4-0475/98)


− in writing: Rovsing − am. 1
Intended to vote for: Cottigny, Darras, Bernardini, Garot,
Elchlepp report − A4-0437/98 Lindholm
− in writing: Lindholm − am. 3
Intended to vote for: Lindholm
Seppänen report − A4-0443/98
− orally: Posselt END OF VOTING TIME

Porto report − A4-0443/98 (The sitting was suspended at 13.10 and resumed at 15.00)
− in writing: Kreissl-Dörfler

Brok report − A4-0488/98


− orally: Posselt IN THE CHAIR: Mr AVGERINOS
− in writing: Berthu; Kirsten M. Jensen, Blak, Sindal, Vice-President
Iversen; Delcroix; Fayot; Palm; Deprez; Andersson, Sandberg- Mrs Maes asked to be given a list of the 157 cases being
Fries, Hulthén, Lööw; Theorin, Wibe; Barros Moura; Valverde examined by UCLAF so as to be able to assess the Commis-
López; Gahrton, Holm, Lis Jensen, Lindqvist, Schörling, sion’s work before Thursday’s vote (the President replied that
Seppänen, Sjöstedt, Svensson, Blokland; Bébéar, Lindholm such a list did not exist but that he would see what he could do).
Sainjon report − A4-0423/98
− in writing: Van Dam, on behalf of the I-EDN Group; 18. Agenda 2000 * (continuation of debate)
Souchet; Palm; Deprez; Theorin, Wibe, Andersson, Lööw,
Hulthén; Lindholm; Kirsten M. Jensen, Blak, Sindal, Iversen The following spoke: Mrs Hardstaff, Mr Olsson, Mr Ephrem-
idis, Mrs Guinebertière, Mrs Lambraki, Mr Cunha, Mrs Boo-
Danesin report − A4-0372/98 gerd-Quaak, Mrs Daskalaki, Mr Alavanos, Mr Campos,
− in writing: Palm, Theorin, Wibe; Bernardini, Darras Mrs Redondo Jiménez, Mr Iversen, Mr Filippi, Mr Wilson,
Mrs Schierhuber, Mrs Myller, Mr Sturdy, Mrs Haug, Mr Otila,
Jarzembowski report − A4-0375/98 Mr Baldarelli, Mrs Fraga Estévez, Mrs Berger, Mr Virgin,
Mr Thomas, Mr Trakatellis, Mr Santini, Mr Mayer, Mrs Lull-
− in writing: Souchet, on behalf of the I-EDN Group; ing, Mr Varela Suanzes-Carpegna, Mrs Klaß, Mrs Keppelhoff-
Kestelijn-Sierens, Girão Pereira, Lindholm, Theonas, Bernar- Wiechert and Mr McCartin.
dini

Langenhagen report − A4-0413/98


− in writing: Souchet, on behalf of the I-EDN Group; IN THE CHAIR: Mr MARINHO
Rovsing
Vice-President

* The following spoke: Mr Ebner, Mr Funke, President-in-Office


* * of the Council, Mr Cunha who put a question to the Council
which Mr Funke answered and Mr Fischler, Member of the
Corrections to votes − Members present but not voting Commission.
The President closed the debate.
Pollack recommendation for 2nd reading (A4-0483/98)
− am. 6 Vote: Thursday 28 January.
Intended to vote for: Bourlanges
− ams 10 and 11
Intended to vote for: Barzanti 19. Organic production (debate)
Mrs Barthet-Mayer moved the oral questions which, on behalf
Brok report (A4-0488/98)
of the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development, she
− am. 6 had put to the Council (B4-0719/98) and to the Commison
Intended to vote for: Carlsson, Cederschiöld (B4-0720/98), on rules relating to organic production (lives-
tock production).
− final vote
Intended to vote against: Ryynänen Mr Funke, President-in-Office of the Council, and Mr Fischler,
Member of the Commission, answered the questions.
Sainjon report (A4-0423/98)
The following spoke: Mr Rehder, on behalf of the PSE Group,
− recital J (1st part)
Mr Ebner, on behalf of the PPE Group, Mr Mulder, on behalf
Intended to vote for: all the Members of the V Group
of the ELDR Group, Mr Graefe zu Baringdorf, on behalf of the
− recital J (2nd part) V Group, Mr Souchet, on behalf of the I-EDN Group, Mr Pinel,
Intended to vote for: all the members of the V Group, Non-attached Member, Mrs Hardstaff, Mrs Keppelhoff-Wie-
Caccavale and Bianco chert and Mr Fischler.
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The President announced that he had received motions for Mr Verheugen answered the question and supplementaries by
resolutions from the following Members pursuant to Rule Mrs Spaak, deputizing for the author, and Mr Elliott.
40(5) of the Rules of Procedure:
Question 5 by Mr Rübig: Security in cities
− Barthet-Mayer, on behalf of the ARE Group, on organic
livestock production (amendment of Regulation (EEC) No Mr Verheugen answered the question and a supplementary by
2092/91) (B4-0022/99); Mr Rübig.
− des Places, Nicholson and Souchet, on behalf of the I-EDN Question 6 by Mr Salafranca Sánchez-Neyra: Communication
Group, on organic livestock production (amendment of Regu- on the First EU-Latin America and Caribbean Summit
lation (EEC) No 2092/91) (B4-0023/99);

− Goepel and Schierhuber, on behalf of the PPE Group, on Mr Verheugen answered the question and a supplementary by
organic livestock production (amendment of Regulation (EEC) Mr Salafranca Sánchez-Neyra.
No 2092/91) (B4-0026/99);
Question 7 by Mr Blak: Ending of duty-free sales in the EU
− Rosado Fernandes, Pasty, Guinebertière and Poisson, on
behalf of the UPE Group, on organic livestock production Question 8 by Mrs Moreau: Postponement of the abolition of
(amendment of Regulation (EEC) No 2092/91) (B4-0027/99); intra-Community duty-free shopping

− Rehder, on behalf of the PSE Group, on organic livestock Mr Verheugen answered the questions and supplementaries by
production (amendment of Regulation (EEC) No 2092/91) Mr Blak and Mrs Moreau.
(B4-0028/99);

− Mulder, on behalf of the ELDR Group, on organic *


livestock production (B4-0031/99); * *

− Querbes and Jové Peres, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Mrs Maes, referring to her remarks made at the resumption of
Group, on organic farming (B4-0037/99); the sitting (Part I, before Item 18), regretted that the list of
cases being examined by UCLAF was not available and asked
− Graefe zu Baringdorf, on behalf of the V Group, on for it to be made available before voting time the following
organic livestock production (amendment of Regulation (EEC) day.
No 2092/91) (B4-0041/98).
The President undertook to forward her request to the Bureau.
The President closed the debate.

Vote: Minutes of 14.1.1999, Part I, Item 18. *


* *

Mr Verheugen answered further supplementaries by Mr Cor-


bett and Mr Watts.
IN THE CHAIR: Mr GUTIÉRREZ DÍAZ,
Vice-President Mrs McIntosh spoke on a technical point.

Question 9 by Mrs McIntosh: Third country poultry hygiene


inspections
20. Question Time (Council)
Mr Verheugen answered the question and a supplementary by
Parliament considered a number of questions to the Council Mrs McIntosh.
(B4-0004/99)
Question 10 by Mr David W. Martin: Democracy and human
Question 1 by Mrs McKenna: Convention on mutual legal rights in Burma
assistance and lawful interception of telecommunications
Mr Verheugen answered the question and a supplementary by
Question 2 by Mrs Schörling: ECHELON Mr David W. Martin.
Mr Verheugen, President-in-Office of the Council, answered Question 11 by Mr Gerard Collins: Expanding voluntary care
the questions and supplementaries by Mrs McKenna, programmes at EU level for children with disabilities
Mrs Schörling and Mr Sjöstedt (Mr Verheugen undertook to
reply to Mr Sjöstedt in writing).
Mr Verheugen answered the question and a supplementary by
Question 3 by Mr Alavanos: Changes in the system of EU own Mr Gerard Collins.
resources
Question 12 by Mr Howitt would be answered in writing.
Mr Verheugen answered the question and a supplementary by
Mr Alavanos. Question 13 by Mr Hyland: Reversing rural depopulation

Question 4 by Mrs Kjer Hansen: Institutional problems on Mr Verheugen answered the question and supplementaries by
enlargement Mr Hyland, Mr David W. Martin and Mr Crowley.

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