Vote of confidence

Vote of confidence

- Constitution of Germany

Article 68 [Voteofconfidence]

(1) If a motion of the Federal Chancellor for a vote of confiĀ­dence is not supported by the majority of the Members of the Bundestag, the Federal President, upon the proposal of the Federal Chancellor, may dissolve the Bundestag within twenty-one days. The right of dissolution shall lapse as soon as the Bundestag elects another Federal Chancellor by the vote of a majority of its Members.

(2) Forty-eight hours shall elapse between the motion and the vote.


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