Poll: Do you agree with this motion of no confidence?
As many are of the opinion, Aye (16)
37.21%
Of the contrary, No (24)
55.81%
Abstain (3)
6.98%
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Faland
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A Vote of No Confidence has been called in the TSR Government by the Leader of the Opposition, the Rt. Hon Qwertish MP, seconded by the Hon adam9317 MP and the Hon talentedlobster MP.

Vote of No Confidence in the XIX TSR Government

Vote of No Confidence in the XIX TSR Government

We, the supporters of this Vote, believe that the XIX TSR Government has lost the confidence of the House for the following reasons:—

  1. The XIX Government ignored the result of a referendum, thereby blatantly ignoring the will of the people it so disingenuously claims to represent and portraying a dangerous and obvious contempt for democracy.
  2. The XIX Government failed to properly outline and describe what powers the new elected Head of State will have, and has failed to deal with any of Constitutional fallout from the removal of the Monarchy; leaving the country with no Head of State and Armed Forces and Police Force sworn to follow who is now a private individual.
  3. The XIX Government has repeatedly been given warning after warning on the regular voting reviews, and has failed to rectify what is a clear and present recurring issue.



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  • Speaker's Note: if more MPs vote 'aye' than 'no', the Government will be removed and a general election will commence.
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No. Obviously.
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Vote Aye for an election. The people must hear of the treason.
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A definite no.
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Lol, you actually let this follow through to vote.
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The words "toys" and "pram" spring to mind.
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Can't believe this appalling monstrosity has managed to get to a vote.

VOTE "NO"!
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Aye, the government has no respect for the electorate, and must therefore be removed.
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The Ayes to the right: 16
The Noes to the left: 24
Abstentions: 3

The Noes have it, the Noes hae it! Unlock!
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