He explained that the House would make the bill go through a full circle of lawmaking, and be re-transmitted to the president for assent
After giving his assent
, the AJK President Masood Khan has said that this is a 'milestone, landmark decision on Khatm-i-Nabawwat (finality of the prophethood)'.
An official privy to the saga explained that as per standard procedure, the house of parliament that adopts a bill already having been passed by the other house sends a summary to the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, which then forwards it summary to the prime minister, who in turn advises the president to give the final assent
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Because the object is unseen, the assent
of faith is not fully automatic but requires an act of will.
After four days of public hearings and one day of clause-by-clause consideration, the Committee reported this bill with certain amendments back to the House where it was given third reading and received Royal Assent
on June 4, 2015.
If the president withholds the assent
for thirty days without giving reasons, the bill will automatically become law.
President Mukherjee also gave his assent
to the Parliament (Prevention of Disqualification) Amendment and the Wakf (Amendment) Bills.
The Royal Assent
is the Monarch's constitutional and common law prerogative to ensure that only legislation in the best interests of the people, is enacted.
Kitzhaber has said he will veto SB 215, arguing for a more limited exception - one that would allow only Native American mascots associated with a specific tribe or group, with that tribe or group's assent
Getting Royal assent
was the equivalent today of winning planning approval for a new airport.
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