Civics

If you are elected as the President of India, which of the following decision can you take on your own?


ANSWER

Ask for reconsideration of a bill passed by both the Houses


SOLUTION
The President has to sign the bill that the parliament has passed. The President can reject a bill for a maximum of 2 times. Rejection of a bill by the President implies that he/she wants the houses to reconsider the bill. At both rejections, the bill gets circulated in the lower house and upper house for a majority vote. After the second reconsideration, the bill again comes to the President and he has to sign it.
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