Veto = I forbid Veto = I forbid
full of veto
The veto and the pocket veto are two ways that the _____ can reject a bill
pocket veto or direct veto
by overriding the veto
Sign it, veto it, do a pocket veto.
No. The President only has one choice to veto or to pass it. Once he veto's it goes back to congress where they can kill it or they can override his veto with 2-3 majority.
The plural of veto is vetoes.
There is no such thing as a "recall veto"
Only the president can veto a bill.
To veto is to reject a decision or proposal made by a law-making body.
Well as far as I know veto 2 options on a bill 3 (veto, pocket veto, or sign),
A pocket veto is not a direct veto of a bill. Rather, it occurs when the president holds onto a bill, unsigned, until after Congress adjourns.
To veto a bill, the executive returns it to the legislature with a list of objections. To perform a pocket veto, the executive simply fails to either return it or sign it, the effect of which is to veto the bill.
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.
The President can veto laws made by the legislative branch. The President can veto a law because he thinks it is unneeded.
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.
The Executive branch (the President) has the power of veto. Though The Executive can veto bills, the Legislative branch can override a President's veto.
Veto, sign, and Pocket Veto (veto by doing nothing)
Veto does not mean to accept. Veto means one rejects the idea completely.
The President can use a veto in these two ways.
Veto is a word for rejecting a specific action. It is usually performed by a chief officer who has the power to override a committee's proposed action. "The President threatened to veto the Congressional bill if it was not changed."The governor wants to veto the bill.The senate will override the veto.
The two types of veto are: Pocket veto and direct veto. The pocket veto is only available if Congress adjourns before the President has had 10 days to study the bill sent to him.