What is motion of no-confidence?

A motion of no-confidence is a parliamentary procedure used to express a lack of confidence in the prime minister’s leadership under Article 95 of the constitution. A resolution for a vote of no-confidence is moved by less than twenty per centum of the total membership of the National Assembly must be passed against the Prime minister by National Assembly for removal from his office. The motion holds the government accountable and allows elected representatives to change the leadership when necessary.



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