On June 10, 1980, California Democratic Congressman Charles H. Wilson was censured by the House of Representatives for «financial misconduct» following the 1976 Koreagate scandal. «Koreagate» was an American political scandal in which South Koreans sought to influence members of Congress. One of the immediate goals appears to have been to reverse President Richard Nixon`s decision to withdraw troops from South Korea. This was the fact that the KCIA (now the National Intelligence Service) was directing bribes and favors by Korean businessman Tongsun Park to gain favor and influence. Approximately 115 members of Congress participated. No wonder he was censored for the ruthless sacrifice of his soldiers at Bunker Hill. The motion of censure is a main motion that expresses a strong opinion of rejection, which could be debated by the Assembly and adopted by a majority. According to Robert`s (New Review) (RONR) rules, «an application must not use language that reflects the behaviour or character of a member or that is rude, unnecessarily harsh or not allowed in the debate.» In Japan, a motion of censure is a motion that can be passed by the House of Councillors, the upper house of the national country. Motions of censure are passed in the House of Representatives, which is usually not the case, since this Assembly is controlled by the ruling party. On the other hand, opposition parties` no-confidence motions were passed several times from 2009 ons by opposition parties during the Japanese Democratic Party (RGPJ) governments. . .

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