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A legislative nyet
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However, the parliament later overturned the president's veto.
The Icelandic currency (ISK) has been broadly stable since the previous MPC meeting, despite a number of internal and external factors that could have had a negative impact, mainly the president's veto on a depositor accord with the UK and the Netherlands, Sedlabanki said.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The National Iraqi Alliance (NIA) on Wednesday held an emergency meeting, presided over by Sheikh Hammam Hamoudi, to discuss the vice president's veto of the elections law.
The vice president's veto threat raised doubts about whether Iraq would be able to hold a general election in January.
The Medicare law enacted in July over the president's veto received due prominence in The Nation's Health (September 2008).
On July 15, Congress easily overrode the president's veto of the Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act of 2008 (H.
At one point, it appeared likely the House would remove the CDBG funding from the bill to overcome the President's veto threat.
It's not yet Christmas, but President Bush is already behaving like the Grinch," Stark said after the president's veto.
But the children's insurance bill has broad support in both parties, and it is possible that each chamber could muster the two-thirds majority that would override the president's veto.
Democrats, who passed the measure with the support of some Republicans, are trying to muster the two-thirds majority needed in the House and Senate to override the president's veto.
Since the president's veto, shareholders have hurried to unload shares of the main private banks, including Parsian and Karafarin, at the Tehran Stock Exchange (TSE), where private banks constitute about 4.
3) The President's veto authority is among his most significant tools in legislative dealings with Congress.

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