John Tyler was the first to have a veto overridden.
The veto power of the President of the Philippines is similar to the power of the United States President. The President can veto a bill, but the veto can be overridden.
John Tyler was the first president to have a veto overridden in January, 1845.
Yes, the president can veto bills. However, a presidential veto may be overridden.
A president's veto can be overridden by Congress with a 2/3 majority in the House. If it is a pocket veto though, the veto cannot be overridden.
A Veto is a rejection by the President of a proposed law and it can be overridden by 2/3 vote of congress.
About 4% of the time. 110 different bills have passed that the president has given a veto.
As of 2014 Congress has overridden a Presidential veto 106 times.
The president has 100% veto power and can shut down anything.The vice president has 3/4 veto power. A vice presidential veto can be overridden by a 75% vote of the house or senate.
For the president the advantage would be that pocket vetoes cannot be overridden by congress. The pocket vetoed bill simply disappears until it is started again in another session of congress. A normal veto can be overridden but only about 4% have been.
Yes, a veto can be overridden with a 2/3 Congressional majority.
In India, the president has several veto powers. The president can refuse to assent, which constitutes an absolute veto. The president can send the bill back to parliament for changes, which constitutes a limited veto that can be overridden by a simple majority. The president can also take no action indefinitely on a bill, sometimes referred to as a pocket veto
Congress can override the veto of the President if it is able to get enough votes. This requires two thirds vote in each chamber of Congress.
The veto of a bill of congress can be overridden with a vote of two thirds (2/3) Majority
It required a 2/3 affirmative vote to override a veto. It is usually not easy because a president would not use his veto if it will easily be overridden.
Yes, buit in most cases his veto can be overridden by a 2/3 vote of both houses. The veto is most effective at getting Congress to make changes that the President wants, when there are enough votes in Congress to sustain a veto.
He vetoed the act but his veto was later overridden.
George w. Bush was the most recent president to have his veto overridden. The date was November 8,2007. The bill appropriated $23 billion for new water projects. Bush said the bill was too expensive and would over-tax the Corps of Engineers.
The president can veto any bill. However if there is enough support among both houses of Congress the veto can be overridden.
It votes again and if the measure passes both Houses with a 2/3 majority the veto is overridden and the bill becomes law despite the veto.
A bill is a proposed law. It does not become a law until it is approved by the President or the President's veto is overridden by Congress.
If 2/3 of the House of Representatives and 2/3 of the Senate agree to the bill, the President has no choice but to sign it into law.
The bill "dies" Meaning it does not become LAW
If the President vetoes a bill and refuses to sign it into law, the Congress can override his veto with a 2/3 majority vote in each house of Congress.