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Anniversary Of Greek Blockade Of Macedonia;amdt. Line 2:

EDM number 641A1 in 1994-95, proposed by Edward O'Hara on 21/02/1995.

leave out from `a' to end and add `limited economic and trade embargo on the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia; observes that these retortion measures have been taken by Greece entirely within the framework of international legality and in accordance with Article 224 of the Treaty of Rome, and are a restrained political response to the unremitting irredentism of the government of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia; and calls upon Her Majesty's Government to bring all pressure to bear on the government of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to relax their intransigence in their dispute with Greece over their constitution, name and national flag, thereby making it possible for Greece to pursue the policies of support and cooperation which it wishes to have towards the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, for the benefit of that country and for the sake of peace, security, stability and prosperity in the southern Balkan area.'.

This is a ammendment to 641.

This motion has been signed by a total of 17 MPs, 1 of these signatures have been withdrawn.

Edward O'Hara21/02/1995Knowsley SouthProposed
Tom Cox21/02/1995TootingSeconded
Alan Meale21/02/1995MansfieldSeconded
Dennis Turner21/02/1995Wolverhampton South EastSeconded
William McKelvey21/02/1995Kilmarnock & LoudounSeconded
Martin Redmond21/02/1995Don ValleySigned
Eric Clarke21/02/1995MidlothianSigned
Ronnie Campbell22/02/1995Blyth ValleySigned
Eddie Loyden23/02/1995Liverpool, GarstonSigned
Bill Etherington24/02/1995Sunderland NorthSigned
Tony Banks24/02/1995Newham North WestSigned
Michael Clapham28/02/1995Barnsley West & PenistoneSigned
Robert Parry03/03/1995Liverpool, RiversideSigned
Tommy Graham20/03/1995Renfrew West and InverclydeSigned
Joe Benton23/03/1995BootleSigned
Janet Anderson27/03/1995Rossendale & DarwenSigned
Derek EnrightUnknownWithdrawn

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