If this were to happen, the cabinet will have to receive work authorisation from Seimas once again and failing to do so – it would have to resign. No one disputes this because it is enshrined in the Constitution’s Article 101, part 2. Interpretations emerge when discussions begin on how overall the cabinet can receive Seimas’ authorisation anew.
In order to answer this question, we must first outline, how the cabinet receives its authorisation for working in the first place, that is to say after the Seimas elections. According to the Constitution’s Article 92, part 5, “a new cabinet receives work authorisation when during a Seimas sitting, the majority of attending members of Seimas approve its programme.”
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