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2013 | 3(116) | 79-94
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Rozwiązanie parlamentu w Wielkiej Brytanii na podstawie ustawy o kadencji parlamentarnej z 2011 r

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DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT IN THE UNITED KINGDOM UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE FIXED TERM PARLIAMENTS ACT 2011
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The Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011 came into force on 15 September 2011. The Act introduces a new way of dissolving Parliament, replacing the prerogative power of the Monarch to dissolve the House of Commons. Under the provisions of the Act, the House’s future terms are fixed to five years. Early general elections may be held when either of the following conditions is met. First, if a motion for an early general election is agreed either by at least two-thirds of the whole House (including vacant seats). Second, if a motion of no confidence is passed and no alternative government is confirmed by the Commons within 14 days by means of a confidence motion.
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79-94
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  • Dr habil. , Jagiellonian University, Institute of Political Studies and International Relations, Chair of Constitutionalism and Political Systems
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