Changes to the Constitution are called Amendments
Regarding the US Constitution, changes to it are called amendments. Perhaps the most important one was the 13th one that abolished slavery in 1865.
In the US, changes made to the US Constitution are called Amendments. Excluding the 10 amendments of the Bill of Rights, the most important one can be the 13th amendment which abolished slavery in the USA.
the change of the Constitution is an amendment
There have been 27 amendments, hence 27 changes to the U.S. Constitution 27.
Formal changes made to the Constitution go through a process and become amendments. A change to the written provisions of the Constitution can only be made through the formal amendment process.
Its called an Ammendment
Changes in constitution are called 'amendments'.
A constitutional amendment is a change to the constitution of a nation or a state.
Amendments change a constitution.
There are 27 Changes or "Amendments" to the Constitution.
With regards to the US Constitution, changes made are called amendments. As one important example, in 1865, the 13th amendment was made to the US Constitution to abolish slavery. The Framers of the US Constitution believed of course that Constitution would require changes as time passed, however, they were cautious about changes and the amendment process is difficult.
Changes to the Constitution are called "amendments".
The Consitiution is unchangeable. There are amendments to the Constitution, but no changes to the Constitution itself.
The Amendments of the Constitution changes the rest.
Changes to the Constitution are called Amendments.
it changes a part of the constitution.