vote of no confidence


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vote of no confidence

n
(Parliamentary Procedure) parliament a vote on a motion put by the Opposition censuring an aspect of the Government's policy; if the motion is carried the Government is obliged to resign. Also called: vote of censure
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vote of no confidence

n (Pol) → voto di sfiducia
to pass a vote of no confidence → dare il voto di sfiducia
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