vote of confidence


vote of confidence
pasitikėjimo balsavimas statusas T sritis Politika apibrėžtis Vyriausybės inicijuotas balsavimas parlamente, kuriuo parlamentas išreiškia pritarimą arba nepritarimą tolesnei vyriausybės veiklai. Šį balsavimą, priešingai nei nepasitikėjimo votumą, inicijuoja vyriausybės vadovas. Paprastai inicijuojamas suabejojus parlamento parama vyriausybės veiksmams, kilus politinei krizei, parlamentui nepritarus vyriausybės inicijuotiems projektams (dažniausiai valstybės biudžeto) ar programai. Parlamentui pareiškus nepasitikėjimą, vyriausybė privalo atsistatydinti in corpore. Neretai vyriausybė jį inicijuoja siekdama išvengti opozicijos inicijuoto nepasitikėjimo balsavimo. Jei ši taktika nesėkminga, pagal anglosaksų parlamentinės demokratijos tradicijas parlamentas vis tiek privalo pirmiausia išreikšti savo valią dėl vyriausybės inicijuoto pasitikėjimo balsavimo. atitikmenys: angl. vote of confidence ryšiai: susijęs terminasinterpeliacija susijęs terminaskonstruktyvusis nepasitikėjimo balsavimas susijęs terminasnepasitikėjimo balsavimas

Politikos mokslų enciklopedinis žodynas. – Vilnius: Vilniaus universiteto leidykla. . 2007.

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