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Legislative Procedure in Parliament
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This lesson covers the important provisions of the Legislative Procedures followed in our Parliament.

Prasanna Naidu
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  1. Ordinary Bills First Reading Bill meaning 2 kinds-public, private categories- Ordinary, Money, Financial, Consitutional amendment intro in either House by Minister/other Member eave of the House Reading its Title & Objectives published in Gazette Money Bills Definition-Art. 110 Whether Money Bill? -Speaker decision final Constitution-Spl procedure intro only in LS recommendation of President Intro by Minister only After LS pass Bill -RS RS cannot reject/amend only make Second Reading Detailed scrutiny 3 more sub-stages 1) General Discussion 2) Committee stage 3) Consideration stage Third Reading Legislative Procedure in Debate acceptance or rejection of Bil No amendments allowed RS retrun Bill to LS within 14 days LS may/may not accept recommendation President may assent/withhold but cannot return if majority present & voting accept Bil- Bill Financial Bills Bill in second House 3 kinds(Money, Financial I, Financial I) All 3 stages again 4 alternatives before House 1) pass as sent 2) pass amendments returrn 3) reject 4) not take any action & keep pending Financiai I matters in Art.110 and also other matters intro only in LS recommendation of President Same procedure as Ordinary Bil Assent of President Financial Provisions regarding expenditure - Consolidated 3 options- give assent, withhold, return for reconsideration Fund of India no matters from Art.110 Same procedure as Ordinary Bill if Bill returned & if passed by both Houses President must assent