A bill can have a second chance after a veto.
The veto occurs when the president of the republic determines that a bill already approved by the legislature is not in the public interest or is unconstitutional and that he - head of the executive branch - will not sanction it, or will not make it valid. Once vetoed, the bill gets a second chance, back to the legislature, which through the Senate, can overturn it, or not, by absolute majority voting.
A bill can have a second chance after a veto. After the president veto's a bill the bill can still be passed if two thirds of the house of representatives vote on it
Option- BSam needed a new pair of bicycle pedals as the pedals of his bicycle had cracks in them. After visiting several stores to find the right ones, he purchased a pair from a local store, All Things Sports, and was satisfied that his needs were met.The Utilitarian value best describes the value which Sam received, as the total needs or requirements demanded by the individuals was greatly satisfied by approaching the specific store, this makes the situation more clear and calm to understand.
B) love of country
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