vote of confidence


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an expression of approval and encouragement

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The post Greek PM says EU poll is also vote of confidence in his policies appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
"We will give our vote of confidence as we are part of the government, but we have fundamental reservations," said Wael Abu Faour, the new industry minister and an MP affiliated with the PSP.
He stressed that the speaker should take a vote of confidence from the house.
It said that KP CM has lost confidence of majority of MPAs and needed to get fresh vote of confidence and hoped that the Governor KP while using his constitutional right would ask the CM to take fresh vote of confidence.
WOMEN leaders of the All Progressive Congress (APC), in Obokun state Constituency over the weekend passed a vote of confidence on the lawmaker representing them in the Osun State House of Assembly, Honourable Olatunbosun Oyintiloye.
PESHAWAR -- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly Wednesday passed a Bill to further amend the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Local Government Act, 2013, to waive-off the dissolution of the District Council after the failure of Nazim in getting vote of confidence in three consecutive votes.
the President of ANP KP dissolved the cabinet in line with party's constitution as the district President had failed to seek the vote of confidence.
New gov't expected to receive vote of confidence in December
It only takes 10 signatures for a cabinet minister to be forced to come before the Majlis, answer questions and face a vote of confidence. Fani's opponents mustered some 64 signatures to force him to come to the chamber to defend himself.
Asked whether Friday's announcement on ending the controls was a Cypriot 'vote of confidence' in Athens' current bailout talks with Brussels, Anastasiades answered: "It is a form of a vote of confidence because we want to believe further crisis will be averted."
hat a vote of confidence when a global company picks Cardiff as the place for its HQ.
I was perplexed and disappointed at the City Council's recent decision to table a motion for a vote of confidence in our city's police department.
17--The parliamentary bloc of the General People's Congress (GPC) refused in Tuesday's parliamentary session to give the new cabinet a vote of confidence, accusing it of ignoring the reform recommendations put forth by the Parliament.
IN football when a struggling manger gets a vote of confidence from the board it usually means he's for the chop.