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22.6.

2001 EN Official Journal of the European Communities C 178/21

Tuesday 3 October 2000

The Committee on Budgets had considered proposal for transfer of appropriations No 25/2000
(SEC(2000) 1378 " C5-0459/2000).

The committee had decided, pursuant to Article 26(5)(a) of the Financial Regulation, to authorise the
transfer of part of the reserve in accordance with the following breakdown:

ORIGIN OF APPROPRIATIONS:

Chapter B0-40 (Provisional appropriations)


" item B7-821 (International agricultural agreements) CA − 244 000 €
PA − 244 000 €

DESTINATION OF APPROPRIATIONS:

Chapter B7-82 (Financial obligations linked to agreements between the European


Union and international organisations)
" item B7-821 (International agricultural agreements) CA 244 000 €
PA 244 000 €

6. Preparation of informal Biarritz European Council (IGC) of 13/14 October


2000 (statements followed by debate) ! Charter of fundamental rights
The next item was the joint debate on statements by the Council and Commission and two oral questions.

Mr Moscovici, President-in-Office of the Council, and Mr Prodi, President of the Commission, made state-
ments on the preparation of the informal Biarritz European Council (IGC) of 13/14 October.

Mr Napolitano moved the oral questions which he had tabled on behalf of the Committee on Constitu-
tional Affairs to the Council (B5-0538/2000) and to the Commission (B5-0539/2000) on the Charter of
Fundamental Rights of the European Union.

The following spoke: Poettering, on behalf of the PPE-DE Group, Barón Crespo, on behalf of the PSE
Group, Cox, on behalf of the ELDR Group, Lannoye, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group, Wurtz, on behalf
of the GUE/NGL Group, and Collins, on behalf of the UEN Group.

IN THE CHAIR: Mr WIEBENGA


Vice-President

The following spoke: Martinez, TDI Group, Butel, on behalf of the EDD Group, Gorostiaga Atxalandabaso,
Non-attached Member, Méndez de Vigo, Berès, Duff, Voggenhuber, Kaufmann, Berthu, Dell’Alba, Van
Dam, Hager, Cornillet, Paciotti, Malmström, Frassoni, Ainardi, Segni, Fiori, Van den Burg and Procacci.

IN THE CHAIR: Mr COLOM I NAVAL


Vice-President

The following spoke: MacCormick, Sjöstedt, Camre, Maij-Weggen, Cederschiöld, Sudre, Ferber, Kauppi,
Liese, Mombaur, Moscovici and Prodi.

The President had received a motion for a resolution pursuant to Rule 42(5) from the following Member:
" Napolitano, on behalf of the Committee on Constitutional Affairs, on the Charter of Fundamental
Rights of the European Union (B5-0767/2000).

The President closed the debate.

Vote: Item 16.

(The sitting was suspended at 12.15 pending the start of voting time and resumed at 12.30.)
C 178/22 Official Journal of the European Communities EN 22.6.2001

Tuesday 3 October 2000

IN THE CHAIR: Mr PROVAN


Vice-President

VOTING TIME

7. Civil aviation (Rule 62)

The President announced that in the absence of written opposition by one tenth of Parliament’s compo-
nent Members from at least three political groups, the resolution contained in the Hughes report, on behalf
of the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, on the proposal for a Council Directive concerning
the European Agreement on the Organisation of Working Time of Mobile Workers in Civil Aviation con-
cluded by the Association of European Airlines (AEA), the European Transport Workers’ Federation (ETF),
the European Cockpit Association (ECA), the European Regions Airline Association (ERA) and the Interna-
tional Air Carrier Association (IACA) (COM(2000) 382 " C5-0444/2000 " 2000/0164(COS)) (A5-0265/
2000) was deemed adopted pursuant to Rule 62(5) (Item 1 of ‘Texts Adopted’).

8. Approval of motor vehicle headlamps emitting a symmetrical beam ***


(procedure without debate) (vote)

Recommendation from the Committee on Industry, External Trade, Research and Energy, on the proposal
for a Council Decision on the position of the European Community on the draft Regulation of the United
Nations Economic Commission for Europe concerning the approval of motor vehicle headlamps emitting a
symmetrical passing beam or a driving beam or both and equipped with filament lamps (5635/1999 "
COM(1998) 798 " C5-0187/2000 " 1998/0363(AVC)) (A5-0263/2000) Rapporteur: Mr Bodrato
(Simple majority)

DRAFT LEGISLATIVE RESOLUTION (assent procedure)

Parliament adopted the legislative resolution and thereby gave its assent (Item 2 of ‘Texts Adopted’).

9. Approval of motor vehicle headlamps emitting an asymmetrical beam ***


(procedure without debate) (vote)

Recommendation from the Committee on Industry, External Trade, Research and Energy, on the proposal
for a Council Decision on the position of the European Community on the draft Regulation of the United
Nations Economic Commission for Europe concerning the approval of motor vehicle headlamps emitting
an asymmetrical passing beam or a driving beam or both and equipped with filament lamps (5634/99 "
COM(1998) 797 " C5-0186/2000 " 1999/0001(AVC)) (A5-0262/2000)
Rapporteur: Mr Bodrato
(Simple majority)

DRAFT LEGISLATIVE RESOLUTION (assent procedure)

Parliament adopted the legislative resolution and thereby gave its assent (Item 3 of ‘Texts Adopted’).

10. Approval of special equipment for motor vehicles by liquefied petroleum


gas *** (procedure without debate) (vote)

Recommendation from the Committee on Industry, External Trade, Research and Energy, on the proposal
for a Council Decision on the accession by the European Community to United Nations Economic