I – the Emperor;
II – the Imperial Chancellor;
III – any member of the House of Representatives.
SINGLE PARAGRAPH In the case provided in the item III, the amendment bill will not be put to vote unless 1/5 of the lower chamber subscribes to it.
ARTICLE 114 The amendment shall not be approved by less than 3/4 members of the House of Representatives and 2/5 of the members of the House of Peers.
ARTICLE 115 After the approval of the House of Peers, the amendment shall be enacted directly by the Palatine of the House of Peers.
ARTICLE 116 No proposal of amendment shall be considered if aiming to abolish:
I – the monarchical form of government;
II – the unitary form of State;
III – the parliamentary system of government;
IV – the separation of political powers;
V – the individual rights and guarantees.
ARTICLE I The Imperial Diet shall immediately exercise its functions even if it does not reach the number of elected legislators provided for in this Constitution.
§ 1º After the promulgation of the constitutional text, the Emperor shall issue imperial decrees appointing the members of the House of Peers and the Imperial Supreme Court.
§ 2º Until the holding of new elections, all members of the Imperial Diet at the time of the promulgation of this Constitution shall be considered deputies of the House of Representatives.
ARTICLE II So long as the courts provided for in Title VI of this Constitution are not instituted, all trials shall be brought before the Imperial Supreme Court.
ARTICLE III From the appointment of a magistrate to one of the courts provided for in Title VI, it will become operational even if it is a collegiate court, without prejudice to future appointments to the other positions.
SINGLE PARAGRAPH Collegiate courts will only work if all of its appointed members are odd.
Nicolas Grangier of Fleurac
Christian of Letzembourg
Thomas of Cumagne