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"Mr President, I am, of course, in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then, convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@en4
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"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@cs1
"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@da2
"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@de9
"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@el10
"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@es21
"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@et5
"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@fi7
"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@fr8
"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@hu11
"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@it12
"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@lt14
"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@lv13
"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@mt15
"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@nl3
"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@pl16
"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@pt17
"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@ro18
"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@sk19
"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@sl20
"Mr President, I am of course in favour of controlling the hours driven by commercial and passenger vehicles in the interests of road safety. However, they should be drafted and enforced with flexibility and common sense and not an exercise in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The report seems to be keen on supporting a zero-tolerance enforcement policy. I am not. One of my constituents was recently fined GBP 600 for exceeding his allotted time by 15 minutes in an effort to get home that night. There is a need for convergence of these laws only in the case of vehicles that leave the countries from which they operate. It should not apply to those that remain within their own countries. Even then convergence can just as easily be achieved by multilateral international agreements. There is no need for power-hungry supranational entities to get involved."@sv22
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