The term of office of the Prime Minister is terminated upon his resignation. The Government resigns together with the PM and continues to function until a new prime minister is appointed.
The following are the procedures provided by the Constitution:
1. In case of resignation of the Prime Minister, his / her authority shall be terminated upon his / her resignation (Vice Prime Minister is in charge of the prime minister's duties).
The rest of the Government continues to function until a new government is formed;
2. Within two weeks after the prime minister's resignation, the Parliament declares confidence in the Cabinet nominated by the ruling party. 76 votes are required;
3. If the necessary votes of confidence are not mobilized within this period, the Constitution gives the Parliament another two weeks to negotiate the composition of the Cabinet;
4. If the Parliament fails to approve the Government within these four weeks, the President must dissolve the Parliament within one week and call for early elections.