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A normal objective of parliamentary systems – especially those requiring responsible government , such as the Westminster system – is the formation of a stable government (. ideally one that lasts a full parliamentary term, until the next election would normally be due). This requires a government to be able to muster sufficient votes in parliament to pass motions of confidence and supply , especially motions of no-confidence and budget bills ). If such motions fail, they normally result in the dissolution of parliament and a fresh election. In some parliamentary systems, however, a new government may be formed without recourse to an election – if, for example, a minor party holds the balance of power , it may publicly express for the opposition, thereby creating a new majority.

He called for regional elections on December 21 as part of efforts to “restore normality” after the vote in the Catalan parliament plunged Spain into uncharted waters.

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