2 edition of Official report of the plenary debate, Wednesday 30 September 1987 at 3pm. found in the catalog.
Official report of the plenary debate, Wednesday 30 September 1987 at 3pm.
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Conference held 28-30 September 1987.
Voting of MEPs in plenary sessions. Posted by Ask EP ⋅ Septem During the vote on a parliamentary report or a resolution, the Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) can change the text submitted to them by adopting amendments, which may seek to delete, reformulate, replace or add to the content of the text under consideration. A plenary session or plenum is a session of a conference which all members of all parties are to attend. Such a session may include a broad range of content, from keynotes to panel discussions, and is not necessarily related to a specific style of presentation or deliberative process.. The term has been used in the teaching profession to describe when information is summarized.
Approval of the Report of the 17 th Meeting. The draft report of the 17 th Meeting held in November , N , was accepted. 7. Report of the Secretariat. The current membership and sub-committee structure in N were noted. The chairman of SC 3, Mr Roux, acknowledged there had been administrative problems in his sub-committee. Wednesday, September 14 Continental breakfast (lower level) Parallel technical sessions (lower level): Site Remediation Experience • APM Repository Design & Safety Case • Waste Characterization • Innovation in Waste Management • Decommissioning .
Summary record of the Plenary Meeting of 30 November (approved on February ) 1. Welcome, apologies A Commission representative congratulated and welcomed the members to the first meeting of the new Committee. For apologies and absences, see the attached list of presence. 2. Adoption of the agenda The agenda was adopted 3. The RETI followed a three-stage process, culminating with this plenary report: First stage: The RETI Plenary Group reviewed renewable energy goals and resource potential and identified Transmission Assessment Focus Areas (TAFAs). Second stage: Agency The three RETI input groups reviewed TAFAs and identified transmission.
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Obviously, we will have to push forward with our negotiations with the Treasury on the issue of removing the debt altogether."—[Official Report, 13 September ; c ] Only a few weeks later, John Swinney said that there was "insufficient parliamentary support for student debt servicing or for moving from loans to grants".—[Official.
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European Parliament / Plenary. Wednesday, 13 May - Friday, 15 May Brussels. Wednesday, 13 May Thursday, 14 May Friday, 15 May Thursday, 16 April - Friday, 17 April Brussels.
Thursday, 16 April Friday, 17 April GUIDE TO PLENARY, MINI-PLENARY, AND DEBATE SESSIONS Tuesday, Septem pm – pm OPENING PLENARY SESSION.
PrEPortunity for STD Control. Sheena McCormack, MSc University College London, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital London, UK. Wednesday, Septem am – am PLENARY SESSION. FINAL REPORT OF THE PLENARY SESSION A. INTRODUCTION A.1 Welcome On behalf of EUMETSAT and the CGMS Secretariat, Mr Mikael Rattenborg, Director of Operations of EUMETSAT, officially opened CGMS at on 3 November in Maspalomas, Grand Canaria, Spain.
He welcomed the participants to the 36th session of the CGMS noting that the. The first 30 minutes is for questions on any topic by leaders of the political groups followed by 30 minutes for questions by backbench MEPs on a particular topic announced in advance.
There are also opportunities during the plenary session for a. FINAL REPORT OF THE PLENARY SESSION A. INTRODUCTION A.1 Welcome The 34th CGMS meeting was officially opened by Dr Wenjian Zhang, Deputy Administrator of the China Meteorological Administration (CMA), on 2 November at 12 am in Shanghai, China.
He stated that it was the third time China had hosted the CGMS meeting and that for more than 30 years. and 30 minutes for the debate. The proposer will have 10 minutes to propose the motion and 10 minutes in which to make a winding-up speech.
All other Members who wish to speak will have five minutes. I advise Members that, in accordance with schedule 6 to the Northern Ireland Actthe motion must be passed by parallel consent.
Report of the 39th meeting of the Plenary 30 June 1. The 39th meeting of the Plenary of the G77 met on 30 june at h in Room XIII, UNESCO House. About fourty participants attended the meeting. The President opened the meeting. Session Official Report (Hansard) Tuesday 9 October Vol No 2.
commercial fishing. In the Landings and TAC tables in this report, the TAC figures equate to the TACC unless otherwise specified.
Only actual TACCs are provided. The actual TACCs are the values as of the last day of the fishing year; e.g., 30 September. In considering customary non-commercial, and recreational interests, the focus has been on.
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President Pete Knuepfer pre‐ sented his President’s Report. Report of the Plenary Session of the Fifth Meeting of the Interim Scientific Committee for Tuna and Tuna-like Species in the North Pacific Tokyo, Japan March1.
Opening Mr. Takashi Koya, Assistant Director of the Fisheries Agency of Japan, opened the fifth meeting of the ISC Plenary and welcomed all the participants. Tuesday, Septem AGENDA Wednesday, September 5 – Plenary Session.
Location: Redwood Conference Rooms. Time Talk Speaker. Arrival and Registration. Welcome Z-X Shen Terahertz Plasmonics Daniel Mittleman Manipulating and Probing Atomic and Molecular Dynamics with Intense THz Pulses Bob Jones.
Interactive debate _____ FORTHCOMING MEETINGS Thursday, 17 September 10 a.m. Plenary (th meeting) Room XXVI Item 14 Other matters in the field of trade and development: (b) Report of the Joint Advisory Group on the International Trade Centre Followed by Item 5 Economic development in Africa: Unlocking the potential of.
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SEPTEMBER PLENARY MEETING MONTHLY REPORT The Committee for Proprietary Medicinal Products (CPMP) held its 85th plenary meeting from 17 to 19 September The CPMP Chairman welcomed Prof.
Bruno Flamion, the new Belgian CPMP Member who shall replacing Pharm. Geert De Greef who resigned last month. Conservation Plenary Wednesday 24 September – Pole to Pole Campaign Global initiatives against climate change: measures we can take to reduce warming, and how EAZA’s campaigns can help by Jamie Carr, IUCN Climate Change Unit.plenary pronunciation.
How to say plenary. Listen to the audio pronunciation in English. Learn more.Wednesday 28 January at 3 p.m. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A PROVISIONAL VERSION OF THE REPORT OF THE DEBATE OF 28 JANUARY AT 3 P.M. WHICH MAY STILL BE CORRECTED BY THE SPEAKERS.