By J. Blondel, F. Müller-Rommel
Cupboards in jap Europe is a complete examine which allows the reader to check the origins, constitution, composition and actions of those cupboards and to attract classes from this comparability. each one bankruptcy starts off with a survey of the evolution of cupboards because the fall of communism first and foremost of the Nineteen Nineties. The emphasis is then laid at the position of the cupboard within the structure and at the position of presidents and leading ministers within the formation of the lifetime of each one cupboard. At a time whilst so much japanese eu international locations are applicants for club within the ecu Union, this quantity presents a distinct comparative presentation of how within which cupboards were evolving in japanese Europe because the finish of communism.
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This gives the latter more political responsibility than is usually the case. Article 97 regulates the vote of no-confidence. At least one-fifth of the members of parliament have to submit a written motion during a session of parliament. If a no-confidence motion is passed against the prime minister or the government, the president may, on the proposal by the government and within three days, dissolve parliament. A no-confidence motion on the same issue may not be presented unless three months have elapsed since the previous no-confidence vote.
Only the prime minister, the ministers and persons given special assignments have the right to vote. Decisions in cabinet are taken by majority vote, there being a quorum if more than half of the ministers are present. In case of a tie, the prime minister's vote prevails. Decision-making in cabinet is formally co-ordinated by the chancellery of the cabinet, which includes both a legal and an administrative section and consists of five departments, Public Administration Reform, Civil Service Management, Secretariat of the Cabinet, Policy Planning, and Review and European Integration.
Cabinets in Eastern Europe by J. Blondel, F. Müller-Rommel