Act of Parliament Vote of No Confidence

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  1. Koalition

    Koalition Owner Staff Member Owner

    Koalition
    In a vote of 7:0, Parliament has resolved that:
    1. Instead of a simple majority (51% | 4 votes), a 2/3 majority will be needed (66% | 5 votes) to remove a Minister or Judge
    2. The poll will be added to the post 24 hours after the motion's creation
    3. During the 24 hours, MPs will have an inquiry and discuss the results either publicly or privately
    4. The Minister/Judge involved with have an open discussion in #political-discussion with all MPs (and the public) addressing the claims in the given timeframe

    Link to the bill can be found by clicking here.
     
  2. xEndeavour

    xEndeavour Citizen

    kbooth1102
    In a vote of 5:1, Parliament has resolved that:

    The Vote of No Confidence Act be extended to also encompass the removal of the Speaker of Parliament.

    Link to the bill can be found by clicking here.
     
  3. bbnohoney

    bbnohoney Citizen Donator

    bbnohoney
    In a vote of 6:1, Parliament has resolved that:

    The removal of an MP must be met by 2 conditions:
    1. The minimum amount of votes to remove an MP must be reached.
    2. At least 60% of the votes on the referendum must be in favor of the referendum.

    Link to the bill can be found by clicking here.
     
  4. Jocie

    Jocie 10/10 Lawyer ;) Donator

    jocie123
    In a vote of 9:0, Parliament has resolved that:

    A supermajority is now 6 votes with the current number of MPs.

    Link to the bill can be found by clicking here.
     
  5. Jeeeeef

    Jeeeeef Senior Administrator Staff Member Senior Administrator City Advisor

    Jeeeeef
    In a vote of 7:0, Parliament has resolved that:


    • Instead of a simple majority (51%), a 3/4 supermajority will be needed (75%) to remove a Minister, Judge, or SoP
    • The poll will be added to the post 24 hours after the motion's creation
    • During the 24 hours, MPs will have an inquiry and discuss the results either publicly or privately
    • The Minister/Judge/SoP involved with have an open discussion in #political-discussion with all MPs (and the public) addressing the claims in the given timeframe

    Link to the bill can be found here: https://mcbusinesscraft.com/forum/threads/edit-to-the-vote-of-no-confidence-act.13613/