The European Parliament just decided to postpone the vote on the controversial Gallo Report on intellectual property rights enforcement until the autumn.
This was a good decision. All the political groups are divided on the issue, and there is an intelligent political discussion going on in the Parliament. In this situation, it is a sensible cause of action to postpone the vote.
The report will probably come back on the agenda in September, but that is for the Conference of Presidents [of the political groups] to decide.
The decision to postpone was taken by a quite narrow majority: 140 votes against 135. But it was still a good one.