Can the governor general of Canada deny a bill?
Yes, the Governor General of Canada can refuse royal assent to a bill.
Also, the Governor General has the option of reserving a bill for Her Majesty the Queen of Canada, where the bill is presented to the monarch for royal assent. Also, the Queen has the authority to veto a piece of legislation that has been passed within the previous two years.
The Governor General of Canada represents the Queen. Most of the Queen's executive functions are exercised by the Governor General, on the advice of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada. By convention, only privy counsellors who are ministers--and are therefore responsible to the elected House of Commons--may advise the Governor General. The exercise of these functions on the advice of the Privy Council is referred to as the Governor General-in-Council. The Governor General is also… Read More
to pass or to deny the bill Read More
Of course. But rule #1 as President (or any important public figure for that matter) when it somes to a scandal is to deny, deny, deny. Read More
They couldn't deny rights of Canada. ON FLEEK <3 Read More
No, Obama was a US senator from Illinois when Blagojevich was Governor there. Of course they met. Read More
he denied it so save his people from having to become slaves to russia and become communist...because if he didnt deny it russia would have declared that they would go to war with them and that is why he denied the bill of rights Read More
Veto it, which means deny it, or pass it, then it becames a law. Read More
statute of limitations on paying cable bill that is over 7yrs past due and can they deny you service Read More
it is commonly known as a veto Read More
Does not deny people any rights that are not specifically mentioned in the constitution. Read More
Did the authors of the bill of rights intend that the government be completely neutral about religion and deny the presence of a supreme being?
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The bill of rights protects our freedoms; free speech, free press, freedom to have weapons, freedom to deny soldiers lodging in your home, freedom of religion, Read More
If you mean a Clean Bill of Lading it is a document (or series of documents) that have no leins, restrictions or other encumbrances which would deny throughput entry into a foreign port of entry. Read More
The First Amendment to the US Constitution, part of the Bill of Rights, prohibits the government from passing laws that deny the freedom of speech, religion, or of the press, or that deny the right of lawful assembly, or the right to petition. Read More
He considered that it should be documented, so that people could not deny what went on. Read More
The enumeration in the constitution of certain rights shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people. Read More
Crossing the border into Canada with an open ACD can be very tricky. ?æThe officials at the border may detain you until they can get the details of your case or deny you entry all together until the case is closed.?æ Read More
The cast of Noctuor - 1978 includes: Regula Bill Pierre Deny Roderic Stein Read More
General David Rodriguez is married. He will deny it but having known him for somtime and doing some research, yes he is married. He will do all to deny it for whatever reason that I dont understand. A first wife passed away. He did remarry. I truly cared for him but his marriage he hides. When I found out the truth and walked away. Very sad. But I swear it is true. Read More
In general yes, a felon can get a passport. Keep in mind though, that the country you want to travel to, might decide to deny you entry. Read More
No. That is your own personal belief that does not do damage to the public or anyone else other than yourself so the Canadian government cannot arrest you. Read More
To Deny something, or someones rights. To Deny an act. Deny, or Denys( present) Denied (past) Example: Erik broke the door, but he Denied that he did it... "you can not Deny the fact that I am telling the truth" You can't Deny my rights ( privilege ) Read More
Yes, it is present tense in the third person singular. "Deny" is also present tense. I deny We deny You deny He/she denies They deny Read More
Ross wanted to deny the insignificance of his dissertation. Flynn tried to deny the crime in court. Trying to deny our connection is pointless. I tried to deny the accusation. Read More
Yes you may. To deny you entry to a school based on your religious preference is unconstitutional. This applies for both the United States and Canada. Read More
Generally speaking, no. However, a DUI can can cause you to be denied entry into another country. Canada is a country that considers a DUI to be a felony, and as such, will deny entry. Read More
Deny word is used for rejection meaning. He denied the person to do the job. Read More
Yes. A bill was signed in April 2005 allowing a pregnant woman do divorce, saying that it was unlawful to deny her divorce because of her gender. Read More
It has congress and the senate in it together they pass laws. A bill comes to congress and congress then passes it on to the senate the senate can deny the bill if less majority rules in the senate it is gone if more than it goes on to the presedent which is the exeutive branch he can veto the bill or turn it into a law Read More
What is the bible phrase where it says if you deny me in front of your friends i will deny you in my house?
Mt:10:33: But whosoever shall deny me before men, him will I also deny before my Father which is in heaven. Read More
an ex has the possibility to deny you closure. but the only one who needs it is you. get over it. and deny your ex closer. Read More
When 5-star general Dwight D. Eisenhower witnessed the liberation of Ohrdruf concentration camp, he knew people would deny it and he wanted the entire camp filmed. Today, there are some people who deny the Holocaust; all of them are anti-Semitic and hate Jews for one reason or another. Read More
That is the correct spelling of "deny" (contradict, or disclaim). Read More
I deny the accusation that I ate the doughnut. Read More
No you simply deny he had super powers and was the son of god etc . not that jesus did not exist in history Read More
You send the bill of information to the persons or agencies you think are best able or qualified to confirm or deny the allegations contained within it, such as district attorneys, elected representatives, local Department of Justice agencies, etc. I hope this is of value to you. Read More
That bill gets sent to the other house to be considered and voted on by its members. This second house can do one of three things. It can vote to pass the bill, in which case the bill gets sent to the President for his signature or veto. It can vote to deny the bill entirely, in which case it becomes a dead bill. Or it can make modifications to it in any way it… Read More
Don't buy any cigarettes and don't ask anyone for a cigarette. If you are offered one deny, deny, deny! Read More
Because throughout recorded history we have experienced similar circumstances and there is a general lack of specific information proving once and for all that it exists. Read More
Did most state constitutions did not have a bill of rights at the time of the constitutional convention?
Many of the state constitutions contained a Bill of Rights at the time of the Convention. That was one of the reasons that a Bill of Rights was not included in the original version of theU.S. Constitution. Anti-Federalists feared that without a Bill of Rights inserted in the Constitution, the new federal government might be able to interfere or deny some of the rights of the citizens. Read More
Johnson was frustrated with his inability to reach a solution in Vietnam, and the graphic images of American casualties suffered during the TET Offensive helped stoke anti-war sentiment among the American people. He relieved General Westmoreland of duty and replaced him with General Creighton Abrams. Read More