In which cases the joint sitting of the Parliament is not allowed?

In which cases the joint sitting of the Parliament is not allowed?

Article 368 of Indian constitution require that constitution of India can be amended by both houses of parliament by 2/3 majority(special majority) . In case of disagreement between both houses, there is no provision to summon a joint session of parliament.

Under which conditions is that joint session of Parliament?

In India, if an ordinary bill has been rejected by any house of the parliament and if more than six months have elapsed, the President may summon a joint session for purpose of passing the bill. The bill is passed by a simple majority of a joint sitting.

When a bill is referred to joint sitting of parliament it has to be passed by?

two-third majority of the House.

Who is eligible to cast the deciding vote over a bill in a joint parliamentary session?

The Speaker of Lok Sabha is eligible to cast the deciding vote over a bill in a Joint Parliamentary session.

What is difference between money and finance bill?

Once a money bill is passed in Lok Sabha, it is sent to Rajya Sabha for consideration and it has to return the bill with or without recommendations to Lok Sabha in 14 days. What is Finance Bill? All the bills, dealing with the provisions of revenue and expenditure are listed as Finance Bills.

Is it mandatory to conduct all three sessions of Parliament?

The Constitution empowers the President to summon each House at such intervals that there should not be more than a six-month gap between the two sessions. Hence the Parliament must meet at least twice a year. In India, the Parliament conducts three sessions each year: Winter session: November to December.

Who can summon the Parliament?

Article 85(1) of the Constitution empowers the President to summon each House of Parliament to meet at such time and place as he thinks fit, but six months shall not intervene between its last sitting in one Session and the date appointed for its first sitting in the next Session.

Who decides whether a bill is a Money Bill?

The Speaker of the Lok Sabha certifies if a financial bill is a Money Bill or not.

What can be the maximum time limit for the zero hour in Lok Sabha?

The correct answer is Indefinite period​. The total time allocated for Zero hours has no maximum limit on the number of matters that can be raised on any given day. The session would be completed before 1 pm.

Who can reject money bill?


Money Bills Financial Bills
It cannot be amended or rejected by the Rajya Sabha. It can be amended or rejected by the Rajya Sabha.
President can either accept or reject a money bill but cannot return it for reconsideration. President can return it for reconsideration.

When does a joint sitting of Parliament take place?

Joint sitting is to resolve a deadlock between the two Houses over passage of a bill. 1. If the bill is rejected by the other House. 2. If the Houses have finally disagreed as to the amendments to be made in the bill. 3.

What does it mean when there is deadlock in Parliament?

The dead lock in parliament means that when a vote is taken to pass a bill and the number of votes for and against the bill are equal or in simple words it is a tie. The speakers (in Lok Sabha)and the Chairmans (in Rajya Sabha) vote is taken to end the deadlock

Can a joint sitting of Parliament be held if Lok Sabha is dissolved?

But, the joint sitting can be held if the Lok Sabha is dissolved after the President has notified his intention to summon such a sitting (as the bill does not lapse in this case). After the President notifies his intention to summon a joint sitting of the two Houses, none of the Houses can proceed further with the bill.

What causes a deadlock in the House of Commons?

For resolving any deadlock over the passage of a Bill: There are three circumstances which can lead to a deadlock between the two Houses of the Parliament. If after a Bill, other than a Money Bill or a Constitutional Amendment Bill, has been passed by one House and transmitted to the other House.