Constitution may be amended

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  • Any article of this constitution may be amended by a majority of the members present at any annual meeting. Cited from Bertha and Her Baptism, by Nehemiah Adams
  • State four ways in which the constitution may be amended. Cited from Studies in Civics, by James T. McCleary
  • This is not the only method by which the Constitution may be amended. Cited from Woman Suffrage By Federal Constitutional Amendment, by Catt (Compiler)
  • As needs dictate, the constitution may be amended following rules established by the Society.
  • In all states except New Hampshire the constitution may be amended through legislative action, subsequently ratified by popular vote. Cited from Problems in American Democracy, by T. Williamson
  • Article XIII describes the two ways the constitution may be amended: by popular convention or through legislation.
  • The Constitution may be amended by Act of Parliament.
  • The Constitution may be amended by a three-fifths majority vote of Parliament, subject to approval by a majority of the people in a referendum.
  • Most of the provisions in the Constitution may be amended with a supermajority of votes of all the elected MPs.
  • This constitution may be amended by a two- thirds vote of the members present at any regular business meeting (ten being a quorum), provided such amendment shall have been proposed in writing at the previous regular business meeting. Cited from The Use and Need of the Life of Carry A. Nation
  • This CONSTITUTION may be amended at any biennial meeting, notice of such amendment having been given at the previous biennial meeting or the proposed amendment having received the approval of the Executive Council. Cited from The Journal of Negro History, Volume 2, 1917, by Various
  • This Constitution may be amended at any biennial meeting, notice of such amendment having been given at the previous biennial meeting or the proposed amendment having received the approval of the Executive Council. Cited from The Journal of Negro History, Volume 4, 1919, by Various
  • Part XI (Articles 63 and 64) define the process by which the Constitution may be amended.
  • This Constitution may be amended by a two-thirds vote of the members present at any annual meeting of the Club, provided that notice of the proposed amendment shall have been mailed, by the Secretary, to each member of the Club, at least two weeks before said meeting. Cited from American Big Game in Its Haunts, by Various
  • Most of the Articles of the Constitution may be amended by a bill enacted by Parliament if there is at least a supermajority of two-thirds of all elected MPs voting in favour of the bill during its Second and Third Readings in Parliament.
  • The court propounded what has come to be known as "the basic structure" doctrine, which rules that any part of the Constitution may be amended by following the procedure prescribed in Article 368, but no part may be so amended as to "alter the basic structure" of the Constitution.
  • The Provisional Constitution may be amended by the assent of two-thirds of the members of the National Council or upon the application of the Provisional President and being passed by over three-fourths of the quorum of the Council consisting of over four-fifths of the total number of its members. Cited from The Fight For The Republic in China, by Bertram Lenox Putnam Weale
  • This Provisional Constitution may be amended at the request of two-thirds of the members of the Li Fa Yuan, or the proposal of the President, by a three-fourths majority of a quorum consisting of four-fifths or more of the whole membership of the House. Cited from The Fight For The Republic in China, by Bertram Lenox Putnam Weale
  • This Provisional Constitution may be amended at the request of two-thirds of the members of the Li Pa Yuan, or the proposal of the President, by a three-fourths majority of a quorum consisting of four-fifths or more of the whole membership of the House. Cited from Fight For The Republic In China, B.L. Putnam Weale