Law:The Veto Language Clarification Amendment
The Veto Language Clarification Amendment
Articles 71 and 72 are changed to read as follows:
Art. 71. Every bill which shall have passed the Cosâ shall, before it becomes a law, be presented to the King/Regent, and the part approved shall become law, and the whole or part objected to shall be returned, with his objections, to the Cosâ, which shall proceed to reconsider it in the next Clark. If, after such reconsideration, two-thirds of the Cosâ shall agree to pass the bill, or the part of the bill objected to, it shall become a law over the objection of the King/Regent.
Art.72. The King/Regent may for reasons of conscience refuse to sign a bull but abstain from vetoing it; in this instance the bill becomes a law without the King/Regent's signature.
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