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In its plenary session on 18 May, Parliament voted on whether to approve the Council decision on the EU's own resources system. The first vote was on the adoption of the Council decision on the basis of the Finance Committee report. To be adopted, the proposal required at least two-thirds of the votes cast in the plenary session. Parliament approved EU's own resources decision by a vote of 134-57 (abstentions 2, absent 6).
The Finance Committee report included eight proposed resolutions which Parliament also approved in its vote:
After the first vote, on approval of the own resources decision, Parliament also voted on eight draft resolutions which were proposed in the Finns Party's dissension to the Finance Committee report. These votes were between the Finance Committee report and the Finns Party's draft resolutions and decided by a simple majority. Parliament rejected the Finns Party's proposals.
Parliament has finished its handling of the matter.