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A censure is a way of showing strong disapproval or harsh criticism.[1]

In parliamentary procedure, it is a debatable main motion that could be adopted by a majority vote. Sometimes a political party (national or state level) can vote to censure a politician.[2]

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  1. "censure" – via The Free Dictionary.
  2. Ward, Myah (15 February 2021). "GOP Sen. Burr censured by North Carolina GOP after Trump conviction vote". Politico.