Prime Minister’s announcements and Government’s replies to interpellations

The Prime Minister may deliver a verbal announcement to Parliament on an aspect of government business. The announcement may also be delivered by a minister designated by the Prime Minister. Parliament can hold a debate in plenary session on the Prime Minister's announcement but it cannot make a decision on it.

Members of Parliament submit an interpellation to the Government or a minister, to which the Government replies. If a vote on a resolution of no confidence in the Government or a minister has been proposed during consideration of the interpellation, a vote on confidence in the Government or minister is taken at the conclusion of debate on the interpellation.

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