Vote-of-confidence sentence example

vote-of-confidence
  • 13 without facing discussion on a vote of confidence.
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  • But in the midst of these accusations (February 1876), the largest and most representative Congregational council ever held in the United States gave expression to a vote of confidence in him, which time has absolutely justified.
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  • An interpellation can be brought on without the consent of the minister to be attacked; it is usually made the subject of a general debate, and generally ends with a vote of confidence or want of confidence in the ministry.
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  • A ministerial crisis followed; Maura resigned; and though the elections to the senate resulted in a large Conservative majority, and though in the lower house a vote of confidence was carried by 183 to 81, Silvela himself resigned shortly afterwards.
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  • He does not have to take a vote of confidence from the newly elected parliament.
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  • More important than the cash is the vote of confidence that comes with it.
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