Describe the process to be followed when the president declines to assent to a bill passed by the parliament
Procedures to be followed when the president declines to a bill passed by parliament
- Amend the bill in light of the president reservations Pass the bill a second time without amendment.
- If the parliament amends the bill fully accommodating the president reservation, the appropriate speaker shall resubmit it to the president for assent.
- Parliament after considering the president reservation may pass the bill a second time without amendments that do not fully accommodate the presidents reservations by a vote supported.
- By two-Thirds of members of the National Assembly.
- Two- Thirds of the delegations in the senate. It is bill that required the approval of the senate.
- If parliament has bill under a clause; the appropriate speaker shall within seven days re-submit it to the president.
- The doctrine of independence of the Judiciary.
- There should be a distinct organ of government whose function is to administer justice.
- The organ must operate impartially and in an unbiased manner. It must be disinterested as possible in the proceedings.
- The organ must administer justice on the basis of facts and law without fear or favor and without internal influence.