Article 129
The President of the Republic shall have the authority to negotiate and to ratify treaties and international agreements.

Article 130
Defence and peace treaties and treaties and agreements relating to international organisations which modify internal laws of state and which bring a financial responsibility to the state, shall be ratified only according to law.

Article 131
If the Constitutional Court, upon instigation by the President of the Republic, the President of the National Assembly, or one tenth of the Deputies, finds that an international commitment contains a clause contrary to the Constitution, said commitment cannot be ratified unless and until the Constitution has been revised.

Article 132
Upon their publication, treaties and agreements which are properly ratified shall have an authority superior to that of laws, subject to their application by the other party.