Constitutional Reforms

CHAPTER XV CONSTITUTIONAL REFORMS

ARTICLE 137

This Constitution can only be totally or partially modified by the National Assembly of People's Power by means of resolutions adopted by roll-call vote by a majority of no less than two-thirds of the total number of members.

If the modification is total of has to do with the integration and authority of the National Assembly of People's Power or its Council of State or the rights and duties contained in the Constitution, the approval of the majority of citizens with the right to vote is required via a referendum organized for this purpose by the Assembly.

This Constitution, which was proclaimed on February 24, 1976, contains the reforms approved by the National Assembly of People Power in the 11th Regular Session of the 3rd Legislature, held on July 10, 11 and 12 of 1992.