Civics

Which among the following Veto powers is NOT granted to the President?


ANSWER

Qualified Veto


SOLUTION
The veto power enjoyed by the executive in modern states can be classified into the following four types:-
  • Absolute veto, that is, withholding of assent to the bill passed by the legislature.
  • Qualified veto, which can be overridden by the legislature with a higher majority.
  • Suspensive veto, which can be over ridden by the legislature with an ordinary majority.
  • Pocket veto, that is, taking no action on the bill passed by the legislature.
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