The President of the Republic shall negotiate international commitments. He shall ratify or approve them.
Treaties which concern the status of persons shall be ratified or approved only by virtue of a law.
If the Constitutional Court has declared that an international agreement contains a clause contrary to the Constitution, the authorisation to ratify it or approve it shall only be given after revision of the Constitution.
Treaties or agreements duly ratified shall, upon their publication, have an authority superior to that of the laws, subject, for each treaty and agreement, to its application by the other party.