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18.3.

2004 EN Official Journal of the European Union C 68 E/335

Thursday 5 June 2003

26. Open coordination procedure (vote)

Motion for a resolution B5-0282/2003


(Simple majority)
(Voting record: Annex I, Item 17)

MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION

Adopted (P5_TA(2003)0268)

27. Women and sport (vote)

Report on ‘Women and sport’ [2002/2280(INI)]  Committee on Women’s Rights and Equal Opportun-
ities.
Rapporteur: Geneviève Fraisse (A5-0167/2003)
(Simple majority)
(Voting record: Annex I, Item 18)

MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION

Adopted (P5_TA(2003)0269)

The following spoke:


 Geneviève Fraisse (rapporteur), who pointed out, before the vote, that she had accepted the PPE-DE
Group’s requests for deletion on paragraphs 10, 17 and 34 and recital C. She then moved an oral
amendment to paragraph 32.

There were no objections to this oral amendment which was thus incorporated.

28. Breast cancer (vote)

Report on breast cancer in the EU [2002/2279(INI)]  Committee on Women’s Rights and Equal Oppor-
tunities.
Rapporteur: Karin Jöns (A5-0159/2003)
(Simple majority)
(Voting record: Annex I, Item 19)

MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION

Adopted (P5_TA(2003)0270).
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The following spoke:


 Bernd Posselt, who protested once again about the procedure followed with regard to the Minerva
Melpomeni Malliori report, opining that the Rules had not been respected and that there had been a
violation of an acquired minority right  the right to freedom of expression  notably as regards
changes to the agenda, as guaranteed by Rule 111 (the President replied that the Vice-President in the
Chair at the time had applied the Rules, in particular Rule 145, in his opinion quite rightly, but that
he would at all events refer the matter to the AFCO Committee);
 Johannes (Hannes) Swoboda, who was of the opinion that Members now had less and less time to
speak in debates and asked that speaking time for Council and Commission be limited to a maximum
of five or ten minutes; he asked the President to notify both institutions of these limits (the President
replied that the matter had already been discussed in the Conference of Presidents and that Council
and Commission could only be given indicative speaking times);