the legislature would have a veto over appointments to key posts
The veto is another blow to his leadership following the dismissal of the Government Administration and Home Affairs Minister early this month.
From his words, other popular commentary at the time, and the actions of the earliest presidents, an image of the veto emerged as a constitutional tool intended for rare use.
The great powers (the United States, China, Russia, Britain, France) are the only permanent members with the authority to veto decisions.
I think the court has got to have the ultimate say in it and can veto the decision of the committee if it thinks it goes out of the bounds of normal sentencing practice.
Although they tried to put a brave face on it, it means they are now outnumbered by the Independents and Labour, who could combine to veto their proposals.
The legislation did not define the phrase ‘just cause’ when considering dismissal or veto of council members, giving the minister carte blanche.
Opponents of one-island-one-city are urging the federal cabinet to veto Bill 170 by exercising the little-used disallowance clause.
They could and would undoubtedly veto any proposal to construct an airport at Thatch Valley.
neither state was given a veto over amendments to the Act