Confidence Voting takes place in Liverpool England every four years after a Pime Minister has been appointed. The incumbent needs to achieve a two-thirds YES vote from the Parliament (currently, two-thirds in Liverpool England is 300 seats) to stay on in his position.
If he gets a no (meaning getting more than a third of Recall Votes, he will have to either disband his Cabinet, offer his resignation and hopes the President re-appoints him with a new Cabinet, or he may decide to step down totally, in which case his appointed successor takes over as soon as he receives a 67% YES vote from Parliament. If his successor receives a NO vote (Rejection Vote), which hasn't ever happened, a national referendum is called to decide whether elections should take place, or if the Parliament should appoint a successor.
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