English version

no-confidence

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishno-confidenceˌno-ˈconfidence noun [uncountable]   vote of no-confidence/no-confidence vote/motion of no-confidence etc
Examples from the Corpus
no-confidenceParliament's action was more akin to a non-binding no-confidence vote, and should carry no greater weight.
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