censure motion

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  • Lost the post as the Parliament passed a censure motion against her.
  • The term censure motion can also refer a category of motion which does not attempt to remove the Government.
  • A censure motion is different from a no-confidence motion.
  • The group abstained rather than support the Government on a censure motion moved by the Opposition a few days later.
  • The censure motion can be against an individual minister or a group of ministers, but the no-confidence motion is directed against the entire council of ministers.
  • For that to happen the State Duma has to pass a censure motion against the Government twice within three months.
  • The censure motion was carried by a majority of sixteen and the election of 1857 followed.
  • A second censure motion was not voted upon.
  • Censure motions need to state the reasons for the motion while no-confidence motions do not require reasons to be specified.
  • Filed by the DPJ and two other parties, it was the first censure motion against a prime minister under Japan's post-war constitution.
  • Granger herself voted for the censure motion, and acknowledged that her comments had been offensive.
  • A censure motion was outstanding in Parliament at the time of the decision, but the Government decided not to proceed with it.
  • Filed by the Democratic Party of Japan and two other parties, it was the first censure motion against a prime minister under Japan's post-war constitution.
  • The Conservatives put forth a censure motion, to which the Liberals added an amendment.
  • The motion was submitted to the lower house on August 7, along with a censure motion against Noda.
  • This government lasted only six months before the Higher Transitional Council (CST) approved a censure motion against it.
  • Most of these deputies were from ADIL, although the RFD (the main opposition party) also declared its support for the censure motion.
  • In Japan a censure motion is a motion than can be passed by the House of Councillors, the upper house of the Japanese Diet.
  • One of the named deputies, Uch Ven, tabled a censure motion that had been drawn up against the minister.
  • The main opposition Liberal Democratic Party was also considering its own no-confidence motion and censure motions if Noda did not agree to call a general election.
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