9th Class Social Science Working of Institutions Question Bank Long Answer Type Questions - Working of Institutions

  • question_answer How does the Legislative procedure for passing a money bill in the Parliament differ from an ordinary bill?



    Money Bill Non-money Bill (Ordinary Bills)
    (a) A money bill requires prior consent of the President before being introduced in the Lok Sabha. (b) The Speaker of the Lok Sabha testifies whether the bill is a money bill or not. (c) It can be introduced only in the Lok Sabha. (d) A money bill can only be introduced by a member of the government. (e) Rajya Sabha cannot reject a money bill. It has to return the bill within 14 days otherwise it is deemed to have been passed. (f) The President has to give his assent to a money bill. (a) An ordinary bill does not require any prior consent of the President. (b) No such criteria is required for a non-money bill. (c) It can be introduced in either House of Parliament. (d) An ordinary bill can be, introduced by either a member of the government or a private member. (e) Rajya Sabha can reject an ordinary bill. The President then calls for a joint sitting of the two Houses. The   bill is put to  vote at this session . (f) The President can send a non-money bill back once for reconsideration.


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