Law:The No More Partial Veto Act

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35RZ37 — The No More Partial Veto Act

WHEREAS the Organic Law permits the King to approve part of a Bill passed by the Ziu and to veto the other part, and provides that the part approved shall pass into law, and

WHEREAS this might very well frustrate the will of the Ziu, and cause to pass into law an act that the Ziu would not have passed in its partial form, and

WHEREAS the Organic Law specifies no time period within which the King must approve or veto a Bill, and

WHEREAS it is desirable that the status of a Bill passed by the Ziu be known within a reasonable time,

THEREFORE the Ziu hereby approves this amendment to the Organic Law, and transmits it to the nation for ratification:

The second sentence of Article X Section 6 of the Organic Law (which currently says "Bills may be approved in whole or in part by the King, and the part approved shall become law, and the whole or part objected to shall be returned, with his objections, to the Ziu, which shall proceed to reconsider it in the next Clark") is amended to read:
The King may sign such a Bill, in which case it shall immediately become law; or he may veto the Bill, in which case it shall be returned, with his objections, to the Ziu, which shall proceed to reconsider it in the next Clark. If the King neither signs nor vetoes a Bill before the last day of the month in which it was passed by the Ziu, it shall be deemed to have been signed.

Uréu q'estadra så
John Woolley (Senator, Florenciâ)



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