According to this article, Romania faces a rather unusual situation - the parliamentary majority is attempting to impeach its own government:
Romania's major ruling Social Democratic Party decided Thursday to submit a censure motion against its own government to topple Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu who refuses to resign.
Under the Constitution, the only feasible means to make the prime minister to step down is a vote of no confidence in the parliament.
Yet, the Thursday move of the Social Democrats set a historical precedent in the country that the parliament[ary] majority impeaches its own government.
The article mixes the concepts of motion of (no) confidence / censure motion and impeachment. The Romanian term is literally "motion of censure" which, if successful, forces the prime minister's resignation (along with all the remaining members of the cabinet that have not yet resigned).
- The current cabinet started its activity at the beginning of 2017.
- In the middle of June 2017, parties holding the parliamentary majority withdrew political support for the Government. Most of the cabinet members resigned.
- The Prime Minister refused to resign.
- The parliamentary majority decided to go for a censure motion "against its own government"
Question: Is there a country in which the parliamentary majority issued a no confidence vote against its own government soon (less than 6 months) after that government was confirmed?