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Peter Tatchell: Ugandan leader pulls back on ‘Kill the Gays’ bill?

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  1. The President’s veto of or failure to sign a bill can be overcome by a two thirds vote of the legislature. There is probably at least that amount of support in the legislature. So, the President cannot effectively veto the law.

    The only power he has is to discourage its passage by various means, and to fail to enforce it if it passes.

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