But there are a number of MEPs who are proposing amendments to delete Article 13, Article 11, or both. According to normal procedure, voting on amendments is only possible if the Trialogue agreement on the directive is rejected by Parliament. Parliament rules also permit a vote on whether to vote on amendments first – a reversal of the normal order of things. Of course, adopting an amendment first will have exactly the same result as rejecting the Copyright Directive as whole. Any change to or exclusion of the articles in the directive would make it impossible to reach a new agreement on the text anytime soon. Opponents will therefore try every possibility to ensure this directive fails.