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Lieve WIERINCK


EUROPEAN GROUP
ALDE
COUNTRY
Belgium

NATIONAL GROUP
Open Vlaamse Liberalen en Democraten

ATTENDANCE IN PLENARY SESSIONS +info
97%
170 out of 175 sessions attended.

PARTICIPATION IN ROLL-CALL VOTES
98%
6930 out of 7007 votes during the mandate.

SITTING INFO
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VOTES ON THIS SITTING:
China, notably the situation of religious and ethnic minorities
(RC-B8-0255/2019)
12:12:16 Résolution


Brunei
(RC-B8-0242/2019)
12:12:54 Am 2
12:13:15 Am 3


Eurojust-Denmark Agreement on judicial cooperation in criminal matters
(A8-0192/2019)
12:13:53 Vote unique
WRITTEN EXPLANATION OF VOTE (A8-0192/2019)

. – I voted in favour, considering the interests of both parties to establish close and dynamic cooperation to meet the present and future challenges posed by serious crime, particularly organised crime and terrorism, and to facilitate the coordination of investigations and prosecutions covering the territory of Denmark and one or more of the other Member States of the European Union.



Coordination of social security systems
(A8-0386/2018)
12:16:10 vote procédural


CO2 emission performance standards for new heavy-duty vehicles
(A8-0354/2018)
12:16:35 Am 90
WRITTEN EXPLANATION OF VOTE (A8-0354/2018)

. – I voted in favour. The heavy-duty vehicles sector, or transport sector, is responsible for a significant part of CO2 emissions. If we want to reach the goal set by the Paris Agreement - limiting the global increase in temperature to 1.5 degrees - significant contribution is needed from this sector. The provisions in the report, establishing a 20% reduction target for 2025 and a 35% reduction target for 2030, aim to accelerate the decarbonisation of the sector, and to incentivize manufacturers to invest in emission reduction technologies.



Promotion of clean and energy-efficient road transport vehicles
(A8-0321/2018)
12:17:01 Am 87


Use of digital tools and processes in company law
(A8-0422/2018)
12:17:22 Am 41


Cross-border conversions, mergers and divisions
(A8-0002/2019)
12:17:47 Am 340
WRITTEN EXPLANATION OF VOTE (A8-0002/2019)

. – I voted in favour. There is a need to establish clear rules for cross-border corporate operations of companies. Member States don’t have appropriate tools to control and evaluate a cross-border operation or safeguard the main stakeholder’s interests by their national law. Therefore, I welcome the proposed new chapters for company cross-border mobility, providing protection for stakeholders and minority shareholders.



European Defence Fund
(A8-0412/2018)
12:18:07 Am 32=48=
12:18:25 Am 33
12:18:54 Am 34
12:19:17 Am 35
12:19:50 Am 37
12:20:13 Am 38
12:20:26 Am 39
12:20:45 Am 40
12:21:04 Am 42
12:21:18 Am 21=41=
12:21:31 Am 43S
12:22:11 Am 31PC9
12:22:28 Am 31PC10
12:22:41 Article 25, § 2 bis, am 31PC11
12:22:59 Am 45
12:23:23 Am 1PC6
12:23:36 Article 28, am 31PC11
12:23:49 Am 47
12:24:01 Am 46
12:24:26 Proposition de la Commission
WRITTEN EXPLANATION OF VOTE (A8-0412/2018)

. – I voted in favour. The European Defence Fund has the potential to enhance EU integration in this field, while helping EU Member States spend taxpayers’ money more efficiently by reducing duplication. We need a European Union that protects and defends its citizens. Enhanced collaboration on research in defence and the joint development of capabilities will help to secure the EU’s strategic autonomy and the competitiveness of our industries.



Exposures in the form of covered bonds
(A8-0384/2018)
12:24:47 Am 2


Covered bonds and covered bond public supervision
(A8-0390/2018)
12:25:05 Am 2


InvestEU
(A8-0482/2018)
12:27:50 Proposition de la Commission
WRITTEN EXPLANATION OF VOTE (A8-0482/2018)

. – I voted in favour. The InvestEU Programme will bring together under one roof the multitude of EU financial instruments currently available to support investment in the EU. This will make funding for investment projects in Europe simpler, more efficient and more flexible. The InvestEU Fund will be market-based and demand-driven. By crowding-in private investors, it will help achieve the EU’s ambitious goals in sustainability, scientific excellence and economic growth.



European Maritime Single Window environment
(A8-0006/2019)
12:28:09 Am 63


Disclosures relating to sustainable investments and sustainability risks
(A8-0363/2018)
12:28:27 Am 2


Persistent organic pollutants
(A8-0336/2018)
12:28:47 Am 44
WRITTEN EXPLANATION OF VOTE (A8-0336/2018)

. – I voted in favour. The recast initiative aimed at updating the 2004 POP’s regulation, following the Lisbon Treaty and its comitology provisions, technical updates, simplifications, and most importantly the alignment of the regulation with the Stockholm convention on persistent organic pollutants (2015). The Commission recast initiative should be supported as the POP regulation needs to reflect the decisions made by the Parties to the Stockholm Convention.



Clearing obligation, reporting requirements and risk-mitigation techniques for OTC derivatives, and trade repositories
(A8-0181/2018)
12:29:08 Am 2


Authorisation of CCPs and recognition of third-country CCPs
(A8-0190/2018)
12:29:28 Am 2


Promotion of the use of SME growth markets
(A8-0437/2018)
12:29:48 Am 2


A comprehensive European Union framework on endocrine disruptors
(B8-0241/2019)
12:30:25 Am 2
12:30:40 § 7/1
12:30:52 § 7/2
12:31:06 Am 4
12:31:20 Am 5
12:32:51 Résolution
WRITTEN EXPLANATION OF VOTE (B8-0241/2019)

. – I voted in favour. EDCs are a class of chemicals commonly found throughout our environment in children’s products, food containers, personal care products, pesticides and furniture. These hazardous substances alter the functioning of the hormonal system, having a negative effect on the health of humans and animals. A robust Union framework on will lay the foundations for a non-toxic circular economy, encouraging industrial innovation through safer substitution.