Money bills all the way!


By using the Money Bills route to avoid entanglements in the Rajya Sabha, the whole process of parliamentary debate is being redefined | धन विधेयक के प्रयोग से राज्य सभा की अड़ंगेबाजी से बच निकलने के नए गुर के इस्तेमाल से, संसदीय चर्चा का पूरा रंग ही बदल रहा है

Money bills all the way!

Parliamentary debates are an integral part of a parliamentary democracy. The practice of enforcing changes through converting bills into money bills for fear of their rejection not only dilutes the importance of debates but is also contrary to government accountability. The Finance Bill 2017 passed by the Lok Sabha had many additions to the original bill presented at the time of the budget. Some of these raise concerns about transparency and accountability. The present government has affected many legislative changes through finance bills, like introduction of inflation target mandate for RBI, mergers of appellate tribunals etc. A money bill significantly reduces the role of the Rajya Sabha to influence it. Examination of the legal boundaries of a money bill is under the consideration of the SC. Meanwhile, the decision to replace tribunals, which have an important role in improving accountability of regulators, should have been debated in the parliament. The issue of providing anonymity to companies in political funding also needed sufficient debate and deliberations. Pushing through important changes without Rajya Sabha approval undermines democracy. It is also against the spirit of provisions of the Constitution. We have seen such type of government actions in the past in our legislative history, for which the society and the economy has paid a heavy price. From this perspective as well, more debate and transparency are essential to keep our democracy alive.    

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Bodhi Saar: Money bills all the way!
Money bills all the way!
By using the Money Bills route to avoid entanglements in the Rajya Sabha, the whole process of parliamentary debate is being redefined | धन विधेयक के प्रयोग से राज्य सभा की अड़ंगेबाजी से बच निकलने के नए गुर के इस्तेमाल से, संसदीय चर्चा का पूरा रंग ही बदल रहा है
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