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2001

Tuesday 13 March 2001

5. Urgent and topical debate (announcement of the motions for resolution tabled)

The President had received from the following Members or political groups requests for the inclusion in
the debate on topical and urgent subjects of major importance of motions for resolutions pursuant to
Rule 50:

I. ACCESS TO MEDICINES FOR AIDS PATIENTS IN THE THIRD WORLD


" Sauquillo Pérez del Arco, Kinnock, Carlotti and van den Berg, on behalf of the PSE Group, on
access to HIV/AIDS medicines in developing countries (B5-0182/2001);
" Dybkjær, Thors and Maaten, on behalf of the ELDR Group, on access to drugs for HIV/AIDS
victims in the Third World (B5-0195/2001);
" Rod, Lannoye, Lucas and Maes, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on access to drugs for AIDS
victims in South Africa (B5-0202/2001);
" Wurtz, Miranda, Eriksson, Vinci, Manisco, Alyssandrakis and Frahm, on behalf of the GUE/NGL
Group, on access to drugs for AIDS victims in the Third World (B5-0212/2001);
" Maij-Weggen, Johan Van Hecke and Corrie, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, on legal action by 30
pharmaceutical companies against the South African Government in connection with low-cost
imports of AIDS drugs (B5-0221/2001);

II. SITUATION IN AFGHANISTAN INCLUDING THE DESTRUCTION OF ITS CULTURAL HERITAGE


" van den Berg, Zorba, O’Toole and Gröner, on behalf of the PSE Group, on the situation in
Afghanistan and the destruction of the cultural heritage (B5-0184/2001);
" Dupuis, Pannella, Bonino, Dell’Alba, Turco, Della Vedova and Cappato, on behalf of the TDI
Group, on the situation in Afghanistan and the destruction of the cultural heritage (B5-0194/
2001);
" Malmström and Di Pietro, on behalf of the ELDR Group, on the destruction of ancient statues in
Afghanistan (B5-0196/2001);
" Vander Taelen, Eurig Wyn, Echerer and Celli, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on the situation
in Afghanistan including the destruction of world cultural and artistic heritage (B5-0203/2001);
" Fraisse, González Álvarez, Uca, Figueiredo, Morgantini, Manisco, Sjöstedt, Seppänen and Alav-
anos, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, on the situation in Afghanistan and the destruction of
the national heritage (B5-0213/2001);
" Muscardini, Queiró and Ribeiro e Castro, on behalf of the UEN Group, on the situation in Afgha-
nistan and the destruction of the cultural heritage (B5-0219/2001);
" Pack, Morillon, Oomen-Ruijten, De Veyrac, Stevenson, Thomas Mann and Perry, on behalf of the
PPE-DE Group, on the situation in Afghanistan (B5-0222/2001);

III. HUMAN RIGHTS


Situation in Zimbabwe
" Kinnock and van den Berg, on behalf of the PSE Group, on the situation in Zimbabwe (B5-0183/
2001);
" Mulder, Wallis and Malmström, on behalf of the ELDR Group, on the situation in Zimbabwe
(B5-0197/2001);
" Maes and Lucas, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on the situation in Zimbabwe (B5-0204/
2001);
" Morgantini, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, on Zimbabwe (B5-0214/2001);
" Van Orden, Deva and Gahler, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, on the situation in Zimbabwe
(B5-0223/2001);
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Children kidnapped by their parents


" Van Lancker and Terrón i Cusí, on behalf of the PSE Group, on transnationally abducted children
(B5-0185/2001);
" Ries, on behalf of the ELDR Group, on children abducted by one of their parents (B5-0198/2001);
" Jonckheer and Lannoye, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on transnational abductions by par-
ents (B5-0205/2001);
" Di Lello Finuoli, Markov and Cossutta, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, on abduction of
children by a parent (B5-0215/2001);
" Banotti, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, on transnationally abducted children (B5-0224/2001);

Cabinda
" Soares, Seguro and Carrilho, on behalf of the PSE Group, on the abduction of three Portuguese
citizens in Cabinda (Angola) (B5-0186/2001);
" Maes, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on Cabinda (Angola) (B5-0206/2001);
" Miranda, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, on the abduction of Portuguese citizens in Cabinda
(Angola) (B5-0216/2001);
" Pacheco Pereira and Graça Moura, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, Queiró and Ribeiro e Castro,
on behalf of the UEN Group, on the abduction of three Portuguese citizens in Cabinda (Angola)
(B5-0225/2001);

Situation in Kalimantan
" Candal, Corbett, Randzio-Plath, Gill, Berenguer Fuster and van den Berg, on behalf of the PSE
Group, on the situation in Kalimantan (Indonesian part of Borneo) (B5-0187/2001);
" Maaten, on behalf of the ELDR Group, on the situation in the Indonesian province of Central
Kalimantan (B5-0199/2001);
" McKenna, Maes and Lagendijk, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on the situation in the Indone-
sian province of Central Kalimantan (B5-0207/2001);
" Vinci and Frahm, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, on violence in Kalimantan (B5-0217/2001);
" Maij-Weggen and Posselt, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, on violence in Indonesia, including
Kalimantan (B5-0226/2001);

Situation in Turkmenistan
" Sakellariou, van den Berg, Patrie, Lage and Koukiadis, on behalf of the PSE Group, on Turkmen-
istan (B5-0188/2001);
" Belder, on behalf of the EDD Group, on the situation in Turkmenistan (B5-0192/2001);
" Thors, on behalf of the ELDR Group, on Turkmenistan (B5-0200/2001);
" Staes, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on human rights in Turkmenistan (B5-0208/2001);

IV. UNCONTROLLED TRADE IN LIGHT WEAPONS


" van den Berg, on behalf of the PSE Group, on uncontrolled trade in small arms and light weapons
(B5-0189/2001);
" Malmström and van den Bos, on behalf of the ELDR Group, on uncontrolled trade in small arms
and light weapons (B5-0201/2001);
" McKenna, Maes, Elisabeth Schroedter and Rod, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on the UN
Conference on illicit trafficking in small and light weapons in all its aspects to be held in July
2001 (B5-0209/2001);
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" Morgantini, Herman Schmid, Alavanos and Manisco, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, on the
UN Conference on illicit trafficking in small and light weapons in all its aspects to be held in July
2001 (B5-0218/2001);
" Johan Van Hecke, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, on small and light weapons (B5-0227/2001);

V. DISASTERS
Floods in Mozambique
" Miranda, Boudjenah and Vinci, on behalf of the GUE/NGL Group, on floods in Mozambique
(B5-0176/2001);
" Marinho, Seguro and van den Berg, on behalf of the PSE Group, on floods in Mozambique
(B5-0190/2001);
" Maes, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on floods in Mozambique (B5-0210/2001);
" Queiró and Ribeiro e Castro, on behalf of the UEN Group, on floods in Mozambique (B5-0220/
2001);
" Cunha, Coelho, Johan Van Hecke and Bastos, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, on floods in Moz-
ambique (B5-0228/2001);

Humanitarian disaster in Mongolia


" van den Berg and Lage, on behalf of the PSE Group, on the humanitarian catastrophe in Mongolia
(B5-0191/2001);
" Dupuis, Pannella, Bonino, Dell’Alba, Turco, Della Vedova and Cappato, on behalf of the TDI
Group, on the economic and humanitarian disaster in Mongolia (B5-0193/2001);
" Staes, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, on the humanitarian catastrophe in Mongolia (B5-0211/
2001);
" Maat and Posselt, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, on the humanitarian catastrophe in Mongolia
(B5-0229/2001);

Speaking time would be allocated pursuant to Rule 120, in accordance with the number of motions for
resolutions scheduled for the topical and urgent debate, i.e. 60 minutes for Members.

6. Decision on request for urgent procedure

The next item was the vote on the request for urgent procedure on a proposal for a Council regulation
amending Regulation (EC) No 1254/1999 on the common organisation of the market in beef and veal
(COM(2001) 87 " C5-0082/2001 " 2001/0042(CNS) *.

Mr Graefe zu Baringdorf, Chairman of the AGRI Committee, spoke.

The request for urgent procedure was rejected.

7. Agenda

The President reminded Parliament that it had taken the previous day a decision in principle to add to its
agenda a Council and Commission statement on the foot and mouth disease epidemic to its agenda
(Item 11 of the Minutes). He remarked however that the agenda for the next day’s sitting was very heavy
and that the only way of adding that item without removing another was to shorten Question Time, also
taking account of the fact that the Council would have to leave the Chamber at 19.00.

As a result, the President proposed, with the agreement of the abovementioned other two institutions, to
amend the agenda of Wednesday’s sitting as follows:

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