Rules for adopting the budget in cases of political impasses. In parliamentary systems, an impasse could result in a vote of no confidence in the government. Another case is when there is failure to form a new government (e.g., due to lack of political agreement between coalition partners). In such cases, it is important to have a reversionary budget rule in law. In presidential systems, the president may have power to veto the legislature’s approved budget (or parts thereof). It is important to have legal provisions to ensure that the government continues to function while political consensus on the new annual budget is being reached. The BSL should ensure that “a government shutdown” is not an option.

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