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Motion of censure against the Commission rejected by a large majority

Plenary Session Press release - Institutions27-11-2014 - 12:18
 
Motion of censure against the Commission rejected by a large majority   Motion of censure against the Commission rejected by a large majority© European Union 2014 - European Parliament

The European Parliament rejected a motion of censure against Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker’s team on Thursday, with 461 votes against, 101 in favour and 88 abstentions. The motion was tabled by 76 EFDD and non-attached MEPs further to the "Lux leaks" plenary session debate with Mr Juncker on 12 November. A debate on the motion was held on Monday.


In order to dismiss the Commission, under Parliament’s rules the motion would have needed to obtain a double majority: two-thirds of votes cast and a majority of all MEPs (i.e. 376). The motion was tabled by 76 EFDD and non-attached MEPs.


You can watch the video recording of the Monday debate via EP Live (link on the right).

REF. : 20141121IPR79864
Updated: ( 27-11-2014 - 12:44)
 
 
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