Amendments to the Constitution
Amendments to the Constitution- Constitution of Haiti
Title XIII - Amendments to the Constitution
| Article 282:
On the recommendation, with reason given to support it, of one of the two (2) Houses or of the Executive Branch, the Legislature may declare that the Constitution should be amended.
| Article 281-1:
This declaration must be supported by two-thirds (2/3) of each of the two (2) Houses. It may made only in the course of the last Regular Session of the Legislative period and shall be published immediately throughout the territory.
| Article 283:
At the first session of the following legislature period, the Houses shall meet in a National Assembly and decide on the proposed amendment.
| Article 284:
The National Assembly may not sit or deliberate on the amendment unless at least two-thirds (2/3) of the members of each of the two (2) Houses are present.
| Article 284-1:
No decision of the National Assembly may be taken without a majority of two-thirds (2/3) of the votes cast.
| Article 284-2:
The amendment passed may enter into effect only after installation of the next elected President. In no case may the President under the Government that approved the amendment benefit from any advantages deriving therefrom.
| Article 284-3:
General elections to amend the Constitution by referendum are strictly forbidden.
| Article 284-4:
No amendment to the Constitution may effect the democratic and republican nature of the State.
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