[S1M-316.1 (Amendment)] Decision Time — 25 Nov 1999 at 17:09

This looks like the vote on S1M-316.1

The description in the bulletin on 1999-11-25 is:

*S1M-316.1 Mr Jim Wallace: Law and Order—As an amendment to motion (S1M-316) in the name of Phil Gallie, leave out from "expresses" to end and insert "supports the Executive’s policies on law and order and the principles and initiatives set out in the Partnership for Scotland agreement and the priorities identified in the Programme for Government and in particular the measures being taken to combat crime and drugs, to support the victims of crime, to encourage stronger links between the police and the communities in which they operate, to tackle the problem of persistent re-offending, to rehabilitate offenders through training, education and work and through alternatives to custody, and in putting in place effective community safety strategies.    

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Text Introducing Division:

The third question is, that motion S1M-316, in the name of Phil Gallie, on law and order, as amended by amendment S1M-316.1, in the name of Mr Jim Wallace, be agreed to. Are we agreed?


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 16088.9%
Independent1 0033.3%
Lab49 0087.5%
LDem13 0081.3%
SNP0 02678.8%
SSP0 01100.0%
Total:63 162783.5%

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