safety valve provisions

safety valve provisions

noun certain solution in statutes, escape hatch in statutes, impregnable solution in statutes, insured solution in statutes, invulnerable solution in statutes, means of resolution in statutes, method of preservaaion in statutes, safeguards in statutes, secure methodology in statutes, solution in statutes, sound solution in statutes, sure solution in statutes, unassailable solution in statutes
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These early dissolutions, which occur under the various safety valve provisions, generally outnumber successful mid-term transitions (except for Hungary).
(14) Using De Winter's data to single out constructive non-confidence regimes, I found that only 6.45 per cent of governments fell early under constructive non-confidence regimes (including dissolutions under safety valve provisions) compared to 18.35 per cent of governments removed by negative non-confidence votes.
Like Germany, all of these regimes also have safety valve provision quite similar to Article 68 in order to break parliamentary gridlock.
The successful 1982 vote, however, did not result in a stable mid-term transition; it was quickly followed by early elections under the German safety valve provision. In this category, only the three Slovenian uses (1992, 2000, and 2013) actually achieved successful mid-term transitions resulting in governments that lasted between six and 15 months.
As we have seen in Germany, they sometimes occur under the safety valve provision.
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