No-confidence Motion Voted Down

No-confidence motion voted down

Japan's Lower House has voted down a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's Cabinet. The motion was submitted by six opposition groups...and was seen as a last ditch effort to block the passage of a controversial casino bill.

Deliberations were held on Friday just 2 days before the current Diet session ends.

No-confidence Motion To Be Voted Down

No-confidence motion to be voted down

Japan's opposition parties jointly submitted a no-confidence motion against the Cabinet of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday morning. The motion will be put to a vote in a Lower House plenary session in the afternoon and is expected to be voted down.

The opposition camp submitted the motion amid a showdown between the governing and opposition parties before the current session of the Diet ends on Sunday.

No-confidence Motion Submitted To Lower House

No-confidence motion submitted to Lower House

Japan's opposition parties have jointly submitted a no-confidence motion against the Cabinet of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe before the current Diet session ends on Sunday.

The opposition camp, including the Constitutional Democratic Party, Democratic Party For the People and the Japanese Communist Party, submitted the no-confidence motion to the Lower House after a meeting of their leaders on Friday morning.

Doom For Nintendo Switch Updated With Support For Motion Controls

DOOM For Nintendo Switch Updated With Support For Motion Controls

When the latest title in the DOOM franchise was released in 2016, it made its way onto your typical platforms, such as the PC, Xbox One, and PS4. However last year the game also found its way onto the Switch, which given the hybrid nature of the console was a very interesting choice for Bethesda.

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Sony Announces The Development Of Next-generation Cinealta 36x24mm Full Frame Motion Picture Camera System

Sony announces the development of Next-Generation CineAlta 36x24mm Full Frame Motion Picture Camera System  –  Sony


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No-confidence Motion Against Abe Cabinet Voted Down

No-confidence motion against Abe Cabinet voted downA motion of no-confidence in Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's Cabinet failed in the House of Representatives Tuesday following its joint submission by the Democratic Party and three other Japanese opposition parties in response to Abe's plan to further postpone a hike in the country's consumption tax.

Opposition To Submit No-confidence Motion

Opposition to submit no-confidence motionLeaders of 4 opposition parties in Japan have agreed to jointly submit a no-confidence motion against the Cabinet of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
The leaders from the main opposition Democratic Party, Japanese Communist Party, Social Democratic Party and the People's Life Party, held a meeting on Monday.