To address these challenges, there is need for an oversight mechanism managed by Parliament in a manner that respects bicameralism
and eliminates undue influence and conflict of interest.
The appeal of Bicameralism
was that it allowed for check and balance and prevented abuse.
It noted that international community in any form, third party mediation, facilitation, good offices or arbitration, as bicameralism
between the two countries in the Spirit of Simla Agreement had failed, mainly because of the intransigence of India and its refusal for bilateral talks.
In other words, the basic premise of this argument is a policy rationale that the traditional avenues of bicameralism
and presentment, as well as proper delegation of legislative authority to the executive, can be bypassed in emergency circumstances.
It constitutes a fraud on the Constitution." Passing of a Bill as a Money Bill, when it does not qualify for it, damages the delicate balance of bicameralism
which is a part of the basic structure of the Constitution, said Justice Chandrachud.
In Brazil, progress was highly constrained by veto points (particularly bicameralism
and federalism) and policy legacies in pensions, health care, and social assistance.
There is a renewed clamour for a reduction of the people in the National Assembly, describing bicameralism
as a mere waste of money.
129) that compares four undefined bicameralism
"models" according to 20 variables is inserted into a discussion of suspensive vetoes without any (nearby) reference or explanation.
Once we recognize that the executive makes law without bicameralism
and presentment, we can see that a one-House veto actually protects the principle of bicameralism
and presentment by preventing the executive from making law that could not pass Congress with bicameralism
brings with it factionalism and partisanship.
'The intent behind bicameralism
continues to be check and balance between the two houses, so designed for the enactment of better laws,' he said.