Kerala Government Challenges Governor’s Role in Lawmaking Process

The situation involves the Kerala government challenging the discretionary powers of the Governor and President in the lawmaking process, particularly regarding the withholding of assent to Bills passed by the state legislature without providing reasons. This action has prompted a legal and constitutional debate, reflecting broader concerns over the balance of power between elected state governments and appointed Governors. The case highlights key constitutional provisions governing the Governor’s role in the lawmaking process, including the options available to them after a bill is passed by the state legislature.

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