2012/2254(REG)

EP Rules of Procedure, Rule 187(1): substitute Members; interpretation

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2012/2254(REG) EP Rules of Procedure, Rule 187(1): substitute Members; interpretation
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  • 2012/12/11 Decision by Parliament, 1st reading/single reading
    • T7-0484/2012 summary
  • 2012/11/27 Vote in committee, 1st reading/single reading

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  • Decision by Parliament, 1st reading/single reading: T7-0484/2012

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  • The European Parliament adopted a decision concerning voting in the event that the seat of a full member of a committee falls vacant (interpretation of Rule 187(1) of the Rules of Procedure).

    Parliament decided to append the following interpretation to Rule 187(1):

    “In the event that the seat of a full member of a committee falls vacant, a permanent substitute from the same political group shall be entitled to vote in place of the full member, on a temporary basis pending the provisional replacement of the full member in accordance with Rule 186(5), or, in the absence of such provisional replacement, pending the appointment of a new full member. Such entitlement is based on Parliament's decision concerning the numerical composition of the committee, and aims at ensuring that the number of members of the political group concerned who can take part in the vote is equal to the number entitled to do so before the seat fell vacant.”

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