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It is necessary for a member-in-charge of the Bill to ask for leave to introduce the Bill. If leave is granted by the House, the Bill is introduced. This stage is known as the First Reading of the Bill. Here, if the motion for leave to introduce a Bill is opposed, the Speaker may
1) Allow brief explanatory statement to be made by the member who opposes the motion
2) Permit a full discussion if the motion alleges that the Bill initiates legislation outside the legislative competence of the House
Which of the above is/are correct?
Both 1 and 2
A Bill is the draft of a legislative proposal. It has to pass through various stages before it becomes an Act of Parliament. If the motion for leave to introduce a Bill is opposed, the Speaker may, in his discretion, allow brief explanatory statement to be made by the member who opposes the motion and the member-in- charge who moved the motion. Where a motion for leave to introduce a Bill is opposed on the ground that the Bill initiates legislation outside the legislative competence of the House, the Speaker may permit a full discussion thereon. Thereafter, the question is put to the vote of the House. However, the motion for leave to introduce a Finance Bill or an Appropriation Bill is forthwith put to the vote of the House
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