Meaning of Motion of No confidence

What is Motion of No confidence:

Motion of no confidence is a proposal presented by a competent governing body, such as the parliament or the assembly, whose purpose is to demand the political responsibility of a ruler and his replacement.

The expression is based on the concept of motion, which is defined as a proposal presented by a specific assembly after a deliberation process.

The motion of censure must have a strong trigger. Normally, it is applied in the face of a serious crisis, either caused by the government or deepened by its inability to respond.

The implications of the motion of censure depend on the government model established in a State.

In governments with parliamentary or semi-presidential regimes, the motion of no confidence is directed against the head of government and, once approved, implies his replacement. This mechanism must be provided for in the constitution. This is the case, for example, of the government of Spain.

In presidential governments, the motion of no confidence is never applied to the president, since he is both head of state and head of government, and can only be removed by trial. In this sense, the motion of censure can be directed to senior officials. For example, a minister.

In both cases (presidential or semi-presidential governments), the motion of no confidence can be applied to local governments, that is, mayors, governors, etc., as long as the mechanism is contemplated in the laws of the country.

As in national government regimes, the European Union also contemplates the motion of censure, since it is organized from a parliament coordinated by a president.

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