CHAPTER 14 :  LEGISLATIVE PROCEDURE


Article 14.1 :

For making any law bill will be prepared for presenting to the appropriate authority in which objectives of the bill will be well defined and well described with due regard to (a) why law is required (b) how it will benefit to the people (c) how it will remove or reduce the exploitation and how it will reduce vested interests (d) what is the possibility of misuse of law and what are the provisions against the misuse of law (e) any such relevant matter.

Article 14.2 For Gram Sabha :

For making any law in the village, bill can be introduced by any member of Gram Panchayat. OR any written resolution signed by 10% registered voters presented to the Gram Sabha will automatically introduce it as a bill to be considered by the Gram Sabha.

Article 14.3 For Jilla Panchayat :

For making any law in the District, bill can be introduced by any member of Jilla Panchayat. OR written resolutions passed by 10% Gram Panchayats for making any law and presented to the District Panchayat will automatically introduce it as a bill to be considered by the Jilla Panchayat. OR any such bill prepared by any citizen of the District and signed by 1% registered voters of the District will automatically introduce it as a bill to be considered by the Jilla Panchayat.

Article 14.4 For State Government :

For making any law in the State, bill can be introduced by any member of Vidhan Sabha. OR written resolutions passed by 20% Jilla Panchayats for making any law and presented to the Vidhan Sabha will automatically introduce it as a bill to be considered by the Vidhan Sabha. OR written resolutions passed by Taluka Panchayats totally representing 20% population and presented to the Vidhan Sabha will automatically introduce it as a bill to be considered by the Vidhan Sabha.

Article 14.5 For Union Government :

For making any law in the Union, bill can be introduced by any member of Lok Sabha. OR written resolutions passed by State Governments totally representing 20% population and presented to the Lok Sabha will automatically introduce it as a bill to be considered by the Lok Sabha. OR written resolutions passed by Jilla Panchayats totally representing 20% population and presented to the Lok Sabha will automatically introduce it as a bill to be considered by the Lok Sabha.

Article 14.6 :

Any such bill described as above introduced in Gram Sabha, Jilla Panchayat, Vidhan Sabha or Lok Sabha should be passed as far as possible unanimously.

Article 14.7 :

If bill can not be passed unanimously, it must be passed by 80% majority to become it law with due regard to the democratic desire of the people.

Article 14.8 :

(a) In case of Gram Sabha if any such bill described as above can not be passed with 80% majority, it should be dropped and it can not become law.

(b) In case of Jilla Panchayat if any such bill described as above can not be passed with 80% majority, the bill should be presented to all gram sabhas of the district and if gram sabhas those who pass the bill represent totally 70% population, the bill would have been deemed to have passed by Jilla Panchayat and it will become a law.

(c) In case of State Government if any such bill described as above can not be passed with 80% majority, the bill should be presented to all Jilla Panchayats of the State and if Jilla Panchayats those who pass the bill represent totally 70% population, the bill would have been deemed to have passed by Vidhan Sabha and it will become a law.

(d) In case of Union Government if any such bill described as above can not be passed with 80% majority, the bill should be presented to all Vidhan Sabhas of State Governments and if State Vidhan Sabhas those who pass the bill represent totally 60% population, the bill would have been deemed to have passed by Lok Sabha and it will become a law.

Article 14.9 :

(a) If president of India feels that system followed for passing any bill as per article (14.8) does not reflect the true democratic desire of people of India, he can direct to election commission to take referendum of the people of India directly whether such bill should become a law or not.

(b) If Raj Pramukh of State feels that system followed for passing any bill as per article (14.8) does not reflect the true democratic desire of people of the state, he can direct to election commission to take referendum of the people of the state directly whether such bill should become a law or not.

(c) If Jilla Panchayat Pramukh feels that system followed for passing any bill as per article (14.8) does not reflect the true democratic desire of people of the District, he can direct to election commission to take referendum of the people of the district directly whether such bill should become a law or not.

Article 14.10 :

In view of the situation of article (14.9), election commission will arrange to take referendum in the District or State or the country as the case may be by giving at least 30 days notice to the people and by giving publicity of the objectives of the bill through press notes and medias without spending on advertisements.

Article 14.11 :

After referendum if at least 55% people vote for the bill, it will become the law.