But, on September 14, the militant solons announced their separation from the super-majority
This would be Turkey's fourth constitution; but it would require a super-majority
in the parliament for such a charter to be passed.
Mugabe won 61 per cent of the presidential vote and a super-majority
in parliament in the election.
They were able to capture a two-thirds super-majority
in both the Assembly and the Senate.
Passage of the Unfunded Mandate Reform Act would require a super-majority
, or three-fifths of legislators, to enact new unfunded mandates.
Maybe we can conclude that it is wise to require a super-majority
before amendments are sent to the voters, and it is wise to require even a larger number of voters to approve before the state Constitution is changed.
Requiring a higher threshold for taxes has historically been justified on similar grounds as for other subject matters subject to super-majority
requirements," such as impeachments and removals from office, Joseph Henchman writes.
He was the prime mover behind the 1986 law that imposed sanctions on South Africa's apartheid regime, an effort that involved passing it; having President Reagan veto it (he opposed sanctions); drafting and passing a watered-down version; having Reagan veto that; and corralling a two-thirds super-majority
to overturn the second veto.
Decision making at the general meetings of shareholders: What is the quorum, are decisions taken by simple majority or super-majority
, any special veto rights?
Second, minority owners can hold up asset sale transactions if a so-called super-majority
provision exists in your
The bill is likely to be passed by far more than the two-thirds super-majority
needed in the parliament because it has been drafted by a parliamentary committee made up of all political groups.
His statements come at a time when the president's health care reform bill is stalled in Congress because the Senate lost its super-majority
when Massachusetts elected Republican Scott Brown last week.