A few parliamentary systems adopted a rare form of no-confidence. This form is a constructive on the contrary of withdrawal of usual confidence, which is considered more destructive. This constructive form of no-confidence does not lead to ending the government as soon as withdrawal of the confidence by the parliament. According to this form, the Parliamentary Council cannot withdraw confidence from Prime Minister or existing government only after the election of a new prime minister as an alternative. The request to withdraw confidence should include the name of the alternative candidate at the same time. This means that the majority of members of parliament should support the withdrawal of confidence as well as the alternative candidate to head the government in order to be exempt or resignation of the Prime Minister or government. The linkage between the two conditions for the purpose of making the vote a successful is a very difficult and rare, and this is what leads us to say that the withdrawal of constructive confidence reduces the probability of ending governments so that they are more stable rather than the situation where the withdrawal of ordinary confidence.
Obeidi, Essam Saeed
"Withdrawal of Constructive Confidence: A comparative study,"
UAEU Law Journal: Vol. 2017:
72, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2017/iss72/8