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Who can veto power?

Who can veto power?

Article I, section 7 of the Constitution grants the President the authority to veto legislation passed by Congress.

Which branch has veto power?

The legislative branch makes laws, but the President in the executive branch can veto those laws with a Presidential Veto.

Who can declare war in the Philippines?

(1) The Congress, by a vote of two-thirds of both Houses in joint session assembled, voting separately, shall have the sole power to declare the existence of a state of war.

Which veto power is not granted to the President of India?

Qualified veto
Qualified veto: This type of veto power is not possessed by the Indian President.

Which president vetoed the most?

FDR holds the record for the most vetoes by any president, a total of 635. But, of course, he held the office for slightly more than three terms. The record set by any President for two full terms is still held by Grover Cleveland , who nixed 584 bills—more vetoes than those of all the previous 21 presidents combined.

When has Congress override a veto?

Overriding vetoes doesn’t happen often, but it has occurred. In case you’re looking for a quick history lesson (and even if you you weren’t, too bad), the first time Congress voted to override a veto was in 1845 during the 28th Congress in President John Tyler’s administration.

Which branch uses pocket veto?

The Pocket Veto. If Congress sends the president a bill and adjourns at any point during the 10-day period and the president doesn’t sign the bill it does not become law. This is known as the “pocket veto,” and it is allowed under the same section of the Constitution that provides the president the power to veto legislation.

Which branch can veto laws by Congress?

The legislative branch passes laws; the executive branch — headed by the President of the United States — can either sign or veto laws passed by Congress.