Billionaire Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis survived a no-confidence vote early on Thursday, even as he faces charges of graft, EU concerns over possible conflicts of interest and mass rallies demanding his resignation.
It marked the second no-confidence test Prayuth’s government has faced since taking office in July 2019, following a contested election after Prayuth seized power in a 2014 coup as the army chief.
“Parliament has given me a serious message and I will try my very best to win back confidence,” Rutte told reporters after the debate. It was not clear when and in what form government formation talks would resume.
Thai lawmakers began a no-confidence debate targeting Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha and five of his Cabinet members, with the opposition focusing on charges the government bungled its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. The debate is
"Since I joined politics, it was my dream that poor people should have free facilities and free medical care,” Imran said, adding that his government has succeeded in providing that to nearly every poor Pakistani citizen.
No prime minister in the country's history has seen out a full term, and Khan is facing the biggest challenge to his rule since being elected in 2018, with opponents accusing him of economic mismanagement and foreign-policy bungling.
The prime minister said that the nation’s anger would keep on brewing with the opposition’s push for its no-confidence motion, adding that the public should witness this kind of politics which had always pushed the country behind in terms of progress and prosperity.
Speaker Asad Qaiser on Sunday summoned the session of the National Assembly to deliberate on the no-confidence resolution of the opposition parties against Prime Minister Imran Khan on March 25.
Khan, whose fate was not immediately clear, advised the country's president to dissolve parliament, leading to fresh political instability in the nuclear-armed country of 220 million people.