demissionary cabinet in a sentence

  1. A demissionary cabinet continues the current government after a cabinet has ended.
  2. By constitutional convention, a demissionary cabinet has fewer powers than a conventional cabinet.
  3. A demissionary cabinet would not have been able to tackle these issues but a minority government still could.
  4. On 30 November 2006, the new parliament was sworn in, including several members of the then demissionary cabinet.
  5. He led a demissionary cabinet until 7 June 2013, when a new cabinet under the leadership of Ivar Asjes was sworn in.
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  7. A demissionary cabinet is not a minority government but a form of caretaker government, enjoying only limited powers until the new Parliament assembles.
  8. The main aim of a demissionary cabinet is to organise elections and take care of ongoing business until the new cabinet comes into power.
  9. The cabinet remained in place as a demissionary cabinet, without Bomhoff and Heinsbroek, until the elections and formation of the second Balkenende cabinet.
  10. The Second Kok cabinet remained in place as a Demissionary cabinet until 22 July 2002, when it was replaced by the First Balkenende cabinet.
  11. He expressed his preference for a minority government, a so-called " demissionary cabinet ( without authority for new policies ), and elections as soon as possible.
  12. Immediately, also the other ministers resigned, and the cabinet continued for five weeks as a demissionary cabinet until the ministries were redistributed and the Second Gerbrandy cabinet was installed.
  13. Between the dissolution of the States-General before general elections and the appointment of a new Cabinet, the incumbent Cabinet is termed " Demissionary cabinet / demissionair ", that is, a caretaker government limiting itself to urgent and pressing matters and traditionally not taking any controversial decisions.
  14. To be eligible to be elected it is necessary to be of Dutch nationality, to be over eighteen in age and not to have been excluded from the right to vote ( Article 56 ); there are also certain incompatibilities of function ( Article 57 ), the most important of which is that a minister not belonging to a demissionary cabinet cannot be a member of the States General, a stark contrast with the situation in Letters of Credence of new members, in this case a written affirmation by the central voting office that they have indeed obtained the necessary number of votes.

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