[S3M-1017.2 (Amendment)] Decision Time — 13 Dec 2007 at 17:40

James Kelly MP, Glasgow Rutherglen abstained

This looks like the vote on S3M-1017.2

The description in the bulletin on 2007-12-13 is:

*S3M-1017.2 Patrick Harvie: Civil Liberties—As an amendment to motion (S3M-1017) in the name of Margaret Smith, leave out from "are secure" to "accountable to the Parliament" and insert "comply with the principles of data protection, namely that personal information must be fairly and lawfully processed, processed for limited purposes, adequate, relevant and not excessive, accurate and up to date, not kept for longer than necessary, processed in line with individuals’ rights, secure and not transmitted to other countries without adequate protection, and that audit of data under its jurisdiction is independent of government and accountable to the Parliament; further calls on the Scottish Government to review plans for Scottish Citizens Accounts on the basis of these principles". Supported by: Robin Harper*

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Text Introducing Division:

The next question is, that amendment S3M-1017.2, in the name of Patrick Harvie, which seeks to amend motion S3M-1017, in the name of Margaret Smith, on civil liberties, be agreed to. Are we agreed?

No.

There will be a division.

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Party Summary

Votes by party, red entries are votes against the majority for that party.

What is Turnout? This is measured against the total membership of the party at the time of the vote.

PartyMajority (Aye)Minority (No)AbstentionsTurnout
Con0 160100.0%
Green2 00100.0%
Independent1 00100.0%
Lab0 04291.3%
LDem16 00100.0%
SNP45 0095.7%
Total:64 164295.3%

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