In the Roman Republic, Could a Tribune’s Veto be Countermanded?

In the Roman Republic a veto by a Tribune of the Plebes could not be countermanded. There was, however, an instance in which the Tribune who vetoed the reading of a proposed law faced a “recall election” and was voted out of office and the reading of the law alhttps://thedeathofcarthage.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=1885&action=editlowed to proceed. In 134 B.C., […]