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News list for kosovo government falls in vote of no confidence world news

News list for kosovo government falls in vote of no confidence world news


/ Row over sacking of minister leads to coalition partner pulling outKosovo’s government has fallen after only 50 days in power, with the junior governing coalition partner pushing through a no-confidence vote following disagreements with the prime minister.The prime minister, Albin Kurti, of the leftwing Self-Determination Movement, may take two weeks to try to form a new government or an early parliamentary election will be called. Continue reading... Kosovo’s government has fallen after only 5...
/Peter O’Neill says ‘fake news’ is destroying Papua New Guinea, which has faced a tumultuous few weeks in politicsThe Papua New Guinea government is again flagging restricting or banning Facebook and other social media in the country, after a tumultuous few weeks in politics which may still see a vote of no confidence in the prime minister.The prime minister, Peter O’Neill, has said he would order cabinet to conduct a “complete review” of social media as the first task of the newly appointed comm...
/Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen 11.19am GMT Here are the main points from what Geoffrey Cox, the attorney general, told MPs about the Brexit talks. He started by saying that he could not comment on the detail of the negotiations, but he then ended up being more forthcoming than one might have expected.We are discussing detailed, coherent, careful proposals. We are discussing text with the European Union. I am surprised to hear the comments that have emerged ov...
/Despite the resignation of dozens of ministers and accusations of corruption, Peter O’Neill appears to have outmanoeuvred the opposition The Papua New Guinea prime minister has seen off another attempt to unseat him following mass defections across the major parties which sparked political chaos in Port Moresby.Dozens of ministers and MPs had resigned or withdrawn from alliances over dissatisfaction with O’Neill’s leadership and in particular his unilateral handling of a multibillion-dollar gas ...
/Backbenchers submitting letters to 1922 Committee chair in bid to block further delayFollow the day’s Brexit developments - liveA fresh attempt to oust Theresa May is under way over her decision to enter into talks with Jeremy Corbyn, with leading Brexiter MPs plotting ways to force a vote showing that the majority of the party has lost confidence in her.Sir Graham Brady, the chair of the 1922 Committee, has rebuffed calls from backbenchers for an indicative vote on May’s future, because the pri...
/Sebastian Kurz faces no-confidence vote after his party tops EU election polls despite video-sting scandalAustrian politicians are likely to sack the chancellor, Sebastian Kurz, in a no-confidence vote after the leader of the far-right Freedom party (FPO) indicated it would probably vote against him.Kurz’s conservatives came out on top in Sunday’s European parliament elections despite a video-sting scandal a week ago involving the FPO leader, Heinz-Christian Strache, which brought down their coa...
/Downing Street says it expects parliament to be sitting when new prime minister is announcedNo 10 has made it clear that a new Conservative prime minister will be in place before MPs break up for the summer, meaning Boris Johnson is likely to face an immediate confidence vote in his premiership if he becomes leader.Downing Street said it expects parliament to be sitting when the new prime minister is announced in late July, after Labour and some Tories raised concerns that the government was try...
/Veteran backbenchers would garner more support as a temporary PM, says SwinsonThe Liberal Democrat leader, Jo Swinson, has revealed the party’s proposals to stop a no-deal Brexit, including an emergency cross-party government, led by Kenneth Clarke or Harriet Harman, to replace that of Boris Johnson.Speaking the day after Jeremy Corbyn urged opposition leaders to back a Labour plan to topple Johnson, via a no-confidence vote, and install him to lead a caretaker government before a Brexit-based g...
/Shadow foreign secretary also says it is likely Labour would pursue policy of leaving the EU in governmentEmily Thornberry, the shadow foreign secretary, has said Labour is considering calling another vote of no confidence in Theresa May’s government following parliament’s failure to pass her Brexit deal with 10 days before the UK is due to leave.The prime minister survived a vote of no confidence in January, the day after her Brexit deal was rejected for the first time. Her deal has since been ...
/There are five scenarios in which crashing out of the EU can be prevented. But it will be a herculean taskCan parliament prevent a no-deal Brexit? There may well be a majority in the Commons against it. But Dominic Cummings, Boris Johnson’s special adviser, says it is too late.For Brexit is currently the default position. In February 2017, the Commons passed the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Act by a vote of 494 to 122 – a majority of 372 – empowering the government to implement t...
/Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including the latest from the Tory leadership contest and Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn at PMQsAfternoon summary 6.57pm BST Before the fun starts, here a piece by my colleague Rowena Mason on Boris Johnson’s testosterone-laden campaign. Related: Boris Johnson criticised for male-dominated campaign team 6.47pm BST Hello everyone.The Tory hustings are starting shortly. Both Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt will be answering questio...
/Shadow home secretary says MPs need to act quickly after recess to avert no-deal BrexitDiane Abbott has indicated Labour could be planning a rapid vote of no confidence against Boris Johnson once parliament returns in September, saying the party was in talks with other opposition groups on how best to proceed.While the shadow home secretary said it was “above my pay grade” to confirm any plans, she agreed Labour and other parties would need to move quickly when the recess ended to stop a no-deal...
/From ignoring the Benn act to holding vote on no deal, the PM has several options availableParliament set for Brexit showdown on 19 OctoberBoris Johnson has planned an emergency Saturday sitting of parliament on 19 October to allow MPs to decide the next step forward after a European council meeting that starts two days earlier. Here are some of the options he could pursue. Continue reading... Boris Johnson has planned an emergency Saturday sitting of parliament on 19 October to allow MPs to dec...
/SNP’s Stewart Hosie says opposition must unite and that Corbyn must get first chance to be PMThere could be a vote of no confidence in the government next week in order to remove Boris Johnson as prime minister and secure a Brexit date extension, a senior Scottish National party MP has said. Related: Nicola Sturgeon 'open to Corbyn' as interim prime minister Continue reading... There could be a vote of no confidence in the government next week in order to remove Boris Johnson as prime minister ...
/Opponents of chaotic exit from EU still divided on strategy to outmanoeuvre Boris JohnsonBoris Johnson is preparing for a parliamentary battle against MPs trying to block a no-deal Brexit in the second week of September, as his cross-party opponents continue to be divided about the best way to stop the UK crashing out on 31 October.A senior government source said Downing Street believes the first legislative showdown over no deal will be on 9 September, when parliament is due to debate a progres...

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