There are two entities that can amend the Constitution:
In order for the amendment to be added to the Constitution, three-fourths of the state legislatures must ratify the amendment within a reasonable period of time. Congress determines the definition of "reasonable," but seven years is a common time frame.
Article V describes how to amend the Constitution.
no i didn't
The Supreme Court has no authority to amend the constitution.
article V of the constitution
In comparison to the United States Constitution, how difficult is it to amend State constitutions
It is not necessary to amend the Constitution. It is a complete document. From time to time, people felt it would be beneficial to amend the Constitution in order to clarify the intent of the original Constitution.
aricles sets forth the way to amend the constitution
propose and then ratify.
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the people who can amend Illinois constitution are the Illinois senate and house but only by calling a constitutional convention which a majority of the populace have to approve.
The framers of the constitution provided for four different methods to amend the Constitution. This means that even if one avenue is blocked there are ways around it.
Amend the constitution
Article V of the Constitution.
Analyzing why might it be necessary to amend the Constitution?
there r 27 and its important to amend them so they can be remembered
The word ratify means "to pass, or approve".So, you're essentially asking which article of the constitution tells us how to approve the constitution and make it law.I think what you mean is "What article tells us how to amend the constitution." To amend the constitution means to somehow change it, which has only happened 27 times.Article #5 tells us how to amend the constitution.