Promulgation

(redirected from promulgate)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Wikipedia.

Promulgation

 

in bourgeois state law, the official proclamation of a law adopted by the parliament. Promulgation involves approval of the draft law by the head of state within a constitutionally established period and publication of the approved law in an official bulletin; the law is then enforceable.

References in periodicals archive ?
The Government shall lay along with the Ordinance reasons that necessitated the President to promulgate the Ordinance.
It said it was launching punitive action against Nepal's major parties and the latter's "paid" MPs for their failure to promulgate the much-awaited new constitution by May 28.
The Maoists' announcement comes at a time when ruling parties are busy holding their internal meetings to extend the term of the CA for one year to promulgate new constitution.
Designated the PCAOB as a body with the authority to promulgate auditing standards as well as attestation, quality control, ethics, independence and other standards related to the preparation and issuance of audit reports for issuers.
The state's cabinet unanimously decided to promulgate the Ordinance for enacting the Maharashtra Eradication of Blind Faith Bill as a law.
Manama: Bahrain's government on Tuesday withdrew the personal status draft law from the lower house, a move likely to anger activists who have been pressuring MPs to promulgate it despite strong opposition from religious leaders.
3) How could Paul VI promulgate a "New Mass" that contains a Consecration of the Wine that Pope Saint Plus V would most certainly have declared invalid?
Further, due to the interrelationship of the three LDR factors, including the (now-defunct) DLF, it decided to promulgate interim regulations to govern sales of consolidated group members' stock at a loss.
The United States Supreme Court held that the BOP had the discretion, under the governing federal statute, to promulgate a regulation that categorically denies early release to prisoners whose felonies involved the use of a firearm.
This oversight on the government's part is noteworthy because the document at issue in Mead lies far below regulations in the panoply of "rules" that government agencies promulgate.
This summer AFS issued a series of Ergonomic Action Alerts urging members to write and call Congress in support of legislation prohibiting OSHA funds from being used "to promulgate, issue, implement, administer or enforce any proposed, temporary or final standard on ergonomic protection.
The Governor the stated to promulgate the Ordinance immediately after the ongoing provincial assembly session would be prorogued.