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Votes of 618 MEPs

For
318 (51%)
Against
280 (45%)
Abstentions
20 (3%)

Vote details

Subject:
Vote: decision to enter into negotiations
Date of vote:
26.10.2017
ID:
6043
Final vote:
Yes
Total members:
 
747
Voters:
 
618
Didn`t vote:
 
17
Absent:
 
112
Required to pass:
 
300
Policy area:
Civil liberties, justice & home affairs
Type of vote:
Draft legislative resolution
Procedure:
Legislative (ordinary legislative procedure, first reading)
Majority formed by:
Rapporteur:
Lauristin
See other votes on the same dossier: 1

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