. How long can a Presidential ordinance remain in force?

(1) 2 moths

(2) 3 months

(3) 6 months

(4) Till the president revokes it




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. How long can a Presidential ordinance remain in force? (1) 2 moths (2) 3 months (3) 6 mon..

Answer / guest

( 3 ) 6 months

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. How long can a Presidential ordinance remain in force? (1) 2 moths (2) 3 months (3) 6 mon..

Answer / avanish

Such Ordinances shall be laid before both Houses of Parliament and shall cease to operate at the expiration of six weeks from the reassembly of Parliament, or, if before the expiration of that period resolutions disapproving it are passed by both Houses, upon the passing of the second of those resolutions;

The gap between two Parliament session can not be more than 6 months, so if after the reassembly of Parliament if ordinance remain in force for maximum 6 weeks, in any case it can not be in force for 7 and half months. So answer is 6 months from the above mentioned.

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. How long can a Presidential ordinance remain in force? (1) 2 moths (2) 3 months (3) 6 mon..

Answer / dfffff

6 month

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. How long can a Presidential ordinance remain in force? (1) 2 moths (2) 3 months (3) 6 mon..

Answer / rahul

6 month

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. How long can a Presidential ordinance remain in force? (1) 2 moths (2) 3 months (3) 6 mon..

Answer / sudeep roy

6 months

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. How long can a Presidential ordinance remain in force? (1) 2 moths (2) 3 months (3) 6 mon..

Answer / nisha

Indefinitely

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. How long can a Presidential ordinance remain in force? (1) 2 moths (2) 3 months (3) 6 mon..

Answer / dev

3months

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. How long can a Presidential ordinance remain in force? (1) 2 moths (2) 3 months (3) 6 mon..

Answer / ashish

2 months or 6 weeks

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. How long can a Presidential ordinance remain in force? (1) 2 moths (2) 3 months (3) 6 mon..

Answer / pranab kumar moitra

2 months

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