Additional Articles

Article 1
Article 2 (4) shall enter into force after five years or on such earlier date as may be prescribed by or pursuant to Act of Parliament.
 
Article 2
Article 4 shall not apply to general representative bodiesexisting at the time of the entry into force of Article 4 whose members are not elected in accordance with the provisions of that article until such time as the election of the members of the body in question is arranged in accordance with Article 4.
 
Article 3
Insofar as it relates to the exercise other than in buildings or enclosed areas of the right referred to in Article 6 (1), Article 6 shall enter into force after five years or on such earlier date as may be prescribed by or pursuant to Act of Parliament.
 
Article 4
The following provision shall remain in force until such time as statutory measures provide otherwise:
'The stipends, pensions and other forms of income of any sort received by various religious denominations or their ministers shall continue to be paid to the said denominations.  Ministers who do not receive a stipend from public funds, or who receive one that is insufficient, may be awarded a stipend or their existing stipend may be increased.'
 
Article 5
Insofar as it relates to the right of demonstration, Article 9 shall enter into force after five years or on such earlier date as may be prescribed by or pursuant to Act of Parliament.
 
Article 6
Article 10 (1) shall enter into force after five years or on such earlier date as may be prescribed by or pursuant to Act of Parliament.  This period may be extended by Act of Parliament for not more than five years.  Different dates may be set for the entry into force of the various areas of application of Article 10 (1).
 
Article 7
Article 11 shall enter into force after five years or on such earlier date as may be prescribed by or pursuant to Act of Parliament.  This period may be extended by Act of Parliament for not more than five years.  Different dates may be set for the entry into force of the various areas of application of Article 11.
 
Article 8
Except insofar as it relates, with respect to privacy of correspondence, to the mail or such other public body as may be entrusted with the carriage of mail, Article 13 shall enter into force after five years or on such earlier date as may be prescribed by or pursuant to Act of Parliament.
 
Article 9
Article 16 shall not apply to offenses made punishable under the Wartime Offenses Decree.
 
Article 10
Article 19 (3) shall enter into force after five years or on such earlier date as may be prescribed by or pursuant to Act of Parliament.
 
Article 11
The wording of the oaths and affirmations laid down in Articles 44, 53, and 54 of the 1972 text of the Constitution shall remain in force until provision is made by Act of Parliament.
 
Article 12
Article 86 (5) and (6) of the 1972 text of the Constitution shall remain in force until the Act of Parliament referred to in Article 49 has entered into force.
 
Article 13
Persons who are members of the Second Chamber when Article 52 enters into force shall vacate their seats at the beginning of the session of the Chamber elected under Article 55 unless the Chamber is dissolved earlier.  Anyone replacing a member who dies or ceases to hold office before that date shall also vacate his seat at the start of the aforementioned period.
 
Article 14
(1) As long as the right of Dutch nationals who are not residents of the Netherlands to vote in elections to the Second Chamber of the Parliament is not compatible with the Charter for the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Article 54 (1) shall read:
'The members of the Second Chamber shall be directly elected by Dutch nationals who are resident in the Netherlands and have attained the age of eighteen'.
(2) The time at which Article 54 (1) shall enter into force in the version referred to above shall be laid down by Royal Decree.
 
Article 15
An Act of Parliament shall determine which of those persons disqualified from voting when the Act of Parliament adjusting the statutory provisions relating to disqualification from voting in accordance with Article 54 entered into force shall continue to be disqualified thereafter.
 
Article 16
Article 56 shall read twenty-one years in place of eighteen years until such time as the statutory age of majority is lowered to eighteen years.  The time at which the first mentioned version shall enter into force shall be laid down by Royal Decree.
 
Article 17
Article 106 (4) of the 1972 version of the Constitution shall remain in force until an Act of Parliament containing the relevant provisions has been passed.
 
Article 18
Articles 97 and 101 (2) of the 1972 version of the Constitution shall remain in force until the Act of Parliament referred to in Article 60 has entered into force.
 
Article 19
The wording of the proclamation of Acts of Parliament as laid down in Article 81 of the 1972 version of the Constitution, the wording of messages accompanying bills sent from one Chamber to the other or to the King and of the King's message to the Parliament containing his decision on the Bill, as laid down in Articles 123, 124, 127, 128, and 130 of the 1972 version of the Constitution, shall remain in force until such time as other arrangements are made.
 
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Article 21
The provisions of the following articles of the 1972 version of the Constitution shall remain in force until a relevant Act of Parliament has been passed:
  1. Articles 61 and 64, with reference to tacit approval;
  2. Article 62.
The provisions of Articles 61 and 64 of the 1972 version of the Constitution shall remain in force with regard to the tacit approval of agreements affecting the Netherlands Antilles as long as Article 24 of the 1975 version of the Charter for the Kingdom of the Netherlands applies.
 
Article 22
Article 201 (4) of the 1972 version of the Constitution shall remain in force for five years or for a shorter period to be laid down by or pursuant to Act of Parliament.
 
Article 23
Article 15 (2) may be disregarded by Acts of Parliament as referred to in Article 103 (1) for a period of five years after the entry of the latter article into force.
 
Article 24
Generally binding provisions regarding the legal status of public servants that do not derive from an Act of Parliament may be amended in the same way as they were established until the entry into force of an Act regulating the said legal status.
 
Article 25
Article 74 (1) of the 1972 version of the Constitution shall remain in force until an Act of Parliament containing the relevant provisions has been passed.
 
Article 26
Article 122 (1) shall enter into force after five years or on such earlier date as may be prescribed by or pursuant to Act of Parliament.  Until then, the provisions of Article 77 (1) and (2) of the 1972 version of the Constitution shall remain in force.
 
Article 27
As long as the age at which statutory minority ends has not been lowered to eighteen years, members of provincial and municipal councils shall be required, notwithstanding Article 129 (1), to have attained the age of twenty-one.  The point at which the exception to Article 129 referred to in the previous sentence shall cease to apply shall be laid down by Royal Decree.
 
Article 28
Article 130 shall not enter into force as long as the grant of the right to vote and to stand for election in elections to municipal councils to residents who are not Netherlands nationals is not compatible with the Charter of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.  The time at which the article shall enter into force shall be laid down by Royal Decree.
 
Article 29
Provisions in other regulations than the Act of Parliament under whose provisions disputes between public bodies are settled other than by Royal Decree shall remain in force for five years provided that settlement of such disputes has not been provided for by Act of Parliament within this period.