Mrs Breyer has asked leave to make a personal statement in accordance with Rule 122.
L'onorevole Breyer ha chiesto il permesso di parlare per fatto personale, conformemente all'articolo 122 del Regolamento.
Mr Ortuondo Larrea has asked to be given the floor in order to make a personal statement.
L'onorevole Ortuondo Larrea ha chiesto di intervenire per fatto personale.
I would like to make a personal statement in response to what Mrs Morvai said.
Vorrei fare una dichiarazione personale in risposta alle parole dell'onorevole Morvai.
Secondly, I wish to make a personal statement on behalf of what has been called the Friday Club.
In secondo luogo, vorrei rilasciare una dichiarazione personale a nome del cosiddetto del venerdì.
That was a personal statement and was helpfully reconciliatory.
Si trattava di una dichiarazione personale ed ha contribuito alla riconciliazione!
Mr President, I would like to make a personal statement pursuant to Rule 122, which allows the speaker three minutes.
Signor Presidente, chiedo di parlare per fatto personale ai sensi dell'articolo 122 del nostro Regolamento, che dà in questo caso un tempo di parola di tre minuti.
Madam President, on page 6 of yesterday's Minutes it says that I asked to make a personal statement.
Signora Presidente, a pagina 6 del processo verbale di ieri si legge che sono intervenuto per fatto personale.
Mrs Green, as we are at the end of the debate, you may make a personal statement.
Onorevole Green, poiché siamo giunti al termine della discussione, può intervenire per fatto personale.
If you want to make a personal statement you are entitled to do so under Rule 122 at the end of this debate.
Se desidera rilasciare una dichiarazione personale, ha il diritto di farlo, a norma dell'articolo 122, al termine del dibattito.
First of all, following an incident this morning in the Chamber, Mr Schulz wishes to make a personal statement.
Innanzi tutto, a seguito di un incidente che si è verificato questa mattina in Aula, l'onorevole Schulz desidera fare una dichiarazione personale.
If you wish to make a personal statement, then you should inform me pursuant to Rule 108.
Se Ella vuole rilasciare una dichiarazione personale, ne faccia richiesta ai sensi dell'articolo 108.
Mr President, in the seven and a half years that I have been a Member of this Parliament, I have never had to make a personal statement.
Nei sette anni e mezzo di appartenenza a questo Parlamento non ho mai avuto la necessità di intervenire per fatto personale.
That is, of course, your prerogative, but now I would like to make a personal statement according to the rules of procedure.
Pur ammettendo che è una sua prerogativa, vorrei ora fare una dichiarazione personale ai sensi del regolamento.
Mr President, I want to make a personal statement in relation to what Mr Martin just said.
Signor Presidente, vorrei formulare una dichiarazione personale in merito a quanto afferma affermato dal collega Martin.
Madam President, I rise on a point of order under our Rules of Procedure to make a personal statement.
Signora Presidente, mi richiamo al regolamento per formulare una dichiarazione personale.
I should like to make a personal statement: I sincerely support this way of tackling the difficulties in this specific area.
Desidero concludere con una dichiarazione personale: sono sinceramente a favore di questo modo di affrontare le difficoltà in tale specifico ambito.
Parliament takes note of your statement, Mr Imbeni, as a personal statement pursuant to Rule 122 of the Rules of Procedure.
Onorevole Imbeni, l'Assemblea prende atto della sua dichiarazione, che rientra nel quadro dell'articolo 122 per fatto personale.
Examples of Successful Statements
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My interest in science dates back to my years in high school, where I excelled in physics, chemistry, and math. When I was a senior, I took a first-year calculus course at a local college (such an advanced-level class was not available in high school) and earned an A. It seemed only logical that I pursue a career in electrical engineering.
When I began my undergraduate career, I had the opportunity to be exposed to the full range of engineering courses, all of which tended to reinforce and solidify my intense interest in engineering. I've also had the opportunity to study a number of subjects in the humanities and they have been both enjoyable and enlightening, providing me with a new and different perspective on the world in which we live.
In the realm of engineering, I have developed a special interest in the field of laser technology and have even been taking a graduate course in quantum electronics. Among the 25 or so students in the course, I am the sole undergraduate. Another particular interest of mine is electromagnetics, and last summer, when I was a technical assistant at a world-famous local lab, I learned about its many practical applications, especially in relation to microstrip and antenna design. Management at this lab was sufficiently impressed with my work to ask that I return when I graduate. Of course, my plans following completion of my current studies are to move directly into graduate work toward my master's in science. After I earn my master's degree, I intend to start work on my Ph.D. in electrical engineering. Later I would like to work in the area of research and development for private industry. It is in R & D that I believe I can make the greatest contribution, utilizing my theoretical background and creativity as a scientist.
I am highly aware of the superb reputation of your school, and my conversations with several of your alumni have served to deepen my interest in attending. I know that, in addition to your excellent faculty, your computer facilities are among the best in the state. I hope you will give me the privilege of continuing my studies at your fine institution.
(Stelzer pp. 38-39)
Having majored in literary studies (world literature) as an undergraduate, I would now like to concentrate on English and American literature.
I am especially interested in nineteenth-century literature, women's literature, Anglo-Saxon poetry, and folklore and folk literature. My personal literary projects have involved some combination of these subjects. For the oral section of my comprehensive exams, I specialized in nineteenth century novels by and about women. The relationship between "high" and folk literature became the subject for my honors essay, which examined Toni Morrison's use of classical, biblical, African, and Afro-American folk tradition in her novel. I plan to work further on this essay, treating Morrison's other novels and perhaps preparing a paper suitable for publication.
In my studies toward a doctoral degree, I hope to examine more closely the relationship between high and folk literature. My junior year and private studies of Anglo-Saxon language and literature have caused me to consider the question of where the divisions between folklore, folk literature, and high literature lie. Should I attend your school, I would like to resume my studies of Anglo-Saxon poetry, with special attention to its folk elements.
Writing poetry also figures prominently in my academic and professional goals. I have just begun submitting to the smaller journals with some success and am gradually building a working manuscript for a collection. The dominant theme of this collection relies on poems that draw from classical, biblical, and folk traditions, as well as everyday experience, in order to celebrate the process of giving and taking life, whether literal or figurative. My poetry draws from and influences my academic studies. Much of what I read and study finds a place in my creative work as subject. At the same time, I study the art of literature by taking part in the creative process, experimenting with the tools used by other authors in the past.
In terms of a career, I see myself teaching literature, writing criticism, and going into editing or publishing poetry. Doctoral studies would be valuable to me in several ways. First, your teaching assistant ship program would provide me with the practical teaching experience I am eager to acquire. Further, earning a Ph.D. in English and American literature would advance my other two career goals by adding to my skills, both critical and creative, in working with language. Ultimately, however, I see the Ph.D. as an end in itself, as well as a professional stepping stone; I enjoy studying literature for its own sake and would like to continue my studies on the level demanded by the Ph.D. program.
(Stelzer pp. 40-41)