To pass the Finance Act, the government again committed its responsibility to Parliament (49.3)*

To pass the Finance Act, the government again committed its responsibility to Parliament (49.3)*

To pass the Finance Act, the government again committed its responsibility to Parliament (49.3)* 550 240 Exponens International

To pass the Finance Act, the government again committed its responsibility to Parliament (49.3)*

Publié le 9 December 2022
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“Hooray!” “You have again 49.3!”

December 2022

*Article 49.3 of the French Constitution allows finance laws to be adopted “without a vote.” But in this situation, opposition parties in Parliament have the option of tabling a motion of no confidence which, if passed, will force the government to resign. President Macron’s government, which does not have an absolute majority in Parliament, extensively uses it.

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