In most parliamentary democracies, MPs can table a motion of censure  or a motion of censure against the government or the executive. The results of these requests show the support the government currently has in Parliament. If a motion of confidence fails or a motion of censure is passed, the government will usually resign and allow other politicians to form a new government, or proclaim an election. Barisan Nasional (BN) does not agree with the confidence and supply agreement (CSA) proposed by the opposition, several coalition parliamentarians said. Most parliamentary democracies require an annual state budget, a appropriation law or occasional financial measures that must be passed by Parliament in order for a government to pay for its route and implement its policy. The failure of a delivery invoice is indeed the same as the failure of a request for trust. In early England, withholding funds was one of the few ways in which Parliament controlled the monarch. After the 2017 general election, in which Theresa May`s Conservative Party remained without a majority, a confidence and supply agreement was reached with the Democratic Unionist Party.  Between 1977 and 1978, Jim Callaghan`s Labor Party remained in power through a confidence and supply agreement with the Liberal Party, in an agreement known as the Lib Lab Pact. In exchange, Labour accepted modest political concessions for the Liberal Party.   On November 2, 2018 (less than two months after the 2018 New Brunswick general election), the Legislative Assembly voted 25 to 23 in favour of a Progressive Conservative motion to amend the Speech from the Throne so as not to declare confidence in the government.
Premier Brian Gallant then hinted at his intention to step down as prime minister and recommended that the Lieutenant Governor give PC leader Blaine Higgs the mandate to form a minority government: “I will visit the Lieutenant Governor as soon as possible to inform her that I will resign as Prime Minister, and I will humbly propose to him to allow the leader of the Conservative Party, to form a government and try to win the trust of the house. People`s Alliance leader Kris Austin said he would work with the new government “in areas where we agree,” repeating his promise to help the Progressive Conservatives hold confidence votes for an 18-month period. .