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A veto is used when the President rejects a bill.

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Who among five nations used maximum veto power?

Q:-among Veto Power countries , which of the following has used maximum Veto and Answer is (Russia)


What veto power has never been used by the governor of Texas?

pocket veto


What is the term used to describe a 'veto' the president gives if he just ignores a bill for 10 days?

pocket veto


What does it mean to veto a law?

A "veto" is used to prevent a law from becoming fully enacted.


When can the pocket veto be used?

It can be used when the president doesn't want to veto a bill but he doesn't want it to be a law. If he doesn't sign it for 10 days once Congress has approved it, it is a pocket veto.


What is a line-item veto?

The line item veto is used only in budget bills


What Veto practice did Andrew Jackson establish?

the veto can be used without the supreme court decision


What is the term used for the veto of only one section or part of a bill?

The veto of only one section or part of a bill is referred to as a line item veto. This type of veto was determined to be unconstitutional.


What does the word VETO mean in the Ancient Roman language of Latin?

"veto" means 'I forbid', which is exactly how the term is used in international politics.


What is an item veto and what is it used for?

An item veto means power to reject particular parts, or items, of a bill.


Can Congress veto laws?

No- the word "veto' is not used to any action by Congress.Congress can repeal a law which means to cancel it or nullify it. The word "veto" is used for the president's action of objecting to a bill that has been passed and sending it back to Congress with his objections. "Veto" means "I forbid" in Latin.


How is the Veto important to the Roman Republic?

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Why was Veto important in Rome?

Veto literally means "I forbid" or "I prohibit". It was the phrase used by the Tribunes of the Plebs to forbid or "veto" any proposal they felt would harm the plebeians. It was a power tool that was originally used to guard the rights of the plebeians.


Can the diamond power of veto be used on the head of household?

no


What is the meaning of 'veto' in Latin?

Veto = I forbid Veto = I forbid


What is Grover Cleveland nickname?

"Old Veto"...Grover Cleveland used the veto power of the Presidency more than any of his predecessors.


What president first used veto for bills he did not like?

George H.W.Bush always used veto for bills he didn't like.That is where the slogan 'Read my lips,no new taxes' came in.


The Supreme Court declared this type of veto unconstitutional?

The Supreme Court declared the line item veto unconstitutional for federal laws. The line item veto is used by governors of 43 states, however.


Who can veto congressional legislation?

Only the president can veto legislation before it becomes law. After it becomes law, the supreme court can declare it unconstitutional and therefore null and void, but the term "veto" is not used for this action.


What is The term used that means to pass a law over to a president veto?

When Congress passes a bill in spite of a President's veto it's called overriding the veto. To override a Presidential veto requires a 2/3rds vote of each house, the Senate and the House of Representatives


Which president used the pocket veto the most often?

Cleaveland


What presidents have used the line item veto?

Bill Clinton


Is ever veto power used in India?

Yes, Once


What is the term used when the Governor rejects a proposed bill?

Veto.


Which president used his ability of the veto a lot?

Andrew Jackson


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