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Bill: Motion of No Confidence against the Pearce Cabinet
Submitted by[?]: Liberal Socialist Party
Votes: This bill requests an early election. It requires more than half of the legislature to vote yes. This bill will pass as soon as the required yes votes are in, or will be defeated if unsufficient votes are reached on the deadline. Elections will be held immediately if the bill passes.
Voting deadline: February 5248
|We believe the austerity plan of this cabinet is illegitimate because a majority of voters never would have approved such a plan, if it was explained to them BEFORE the elections. Recent polls show only 20% support the new austerity plan. How can you then claim to have the legitimacy to govern? |
Against this ultra-liberal, anti-social and dangerous austerity plan, we have no other choice but to present this motion of no confidence. When millions of people are thrown into poverty by this cabinet, then we have to act, and quickly.
Arrange early elections as soon as this bill passes.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||19:02:32, January 26, 2023 CET||From||Luthorian Conservative Party 🔵||To||Debating the Motion of No Confidence against the Pearce Cabinet|
|Message||Mr. Speaker, |
This government is untied and going to lead until the next general elections. We warned the Labour Party’s new wing when they refused to support by elections that it would change the landscape. They brought this on yourselves.
|Date||20:43:59, January 26, 2023 CET||From||Rally for Luthori||To||Debating the Motion of No Confidence against the Pearce Cabinet|
So when this fails you're proving that parliament has given confidence to this government. Brilliant idea I say.
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|Random quote: Wait a min was we tricked into voting for absolute monarchy (Jamie Jamesson, Chancellor of Luthori 4269-4310)|