Negotiating a vote of no confidence


Despite the Westminster systems’ role in enforcing responsibility, there is also uncertainty surrounding it.

THE nation is abuzz with news that the Opposition in Parliament is readying itself to introduce a motion of no confidence against the Prime Minister.

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Opinion , Views; Shad Faruqi

   

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