# To pass a law, some proposals are first made, which are called drafts, then when these bills are submitted to the legislator, they are called bills, and when this law is passed, it is passed, which is called a law. And when the law is passed, the government sets rules on how to manage it. When the law or law is passed, the government sets rules on how it is to be managed. Here, government means that if the rules belong to the state, then the state government sets rules and if the rules apply to the whole country, then they are set by the central government. The rules are a matter for the law. For example, actions are first performed and then rules are issued for their implementation. I hope you enjoyed the information we gave and understood it. If you still see an error or have suggestions or questions in mind, you can ask us by commenting in the comments box. We will do our best to solve the problem.