Cabinet crisis

A cabinet crisis or government crisis is a situation when the government is challenged before the mandate period expires, because it threatens to resign over a proposal, or it is at risk at being dismissed after a motion of no confidence, a conflict between the parties in a coalition government or a coup detat. It may also be the result of there being no clear majority willing to work together to form a government. During this period a caretaker government with a limited mandate may take care of the day-to-day affairs of the state, while waiting for a snap election.


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expressed doubts that the Sweden Democrats would be prepared to cause a cabinet crisis and a potential extra election. By November, it looked likely that the
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upon them any additional powers. In June 2018, a government crisis erupted within the cabinet between Interior Minister and CSU Chairman Horst Seehofer
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discussed at cabinet meetings, and, in time of national crisis coordinates ministries and agencies of the executive branch. The Chief Cabinet Secretary
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