Chapter X. Amendment to the Constitution
The initiative to amend the Constitution may be taken by the President of the Republic or by no less than one-third of the members of the Chamber of Deputies, provided the amendment does not undermine the republican form of the state.
The President of the Republic may put to a referendum proposals for revision of the Constitution,
The Chamber of Deputies studies the proposed revision following a resolution adopted by absolute majority, after identification of the purpose of the revision and its study by an ad hoc committee.
In case of non-recourse to referendum, the draft amendment of the Constitution shall be adopted by the Chamber of Deputies by a two-thirds majority upon two readings; the second reading takes place at least three months after the first.
In case of recourse to referendum, the President of the Republic submits the draft amendment of the Constitution to the people after it has been adopted by an absolute majority of the Chamber of Deputies upon a single reading.
The President of the Republic shall promulgate, in the form of a constitutional law, the law amending the Constitution adopted by the Chamber of Deputies, in accordance with article 52 of the Constitution.
The President of the Republic shall promulgate, in the form of a constitutional law, the law amending the Constitution which has been approved by the people, within a maximum period of two weeks following the date on which the results of the referendum are announced.
The Electoral Code defines the modalities related to the holding of the referendum and the announcement of the results.
This law will be enforced as the Constitution of the Republic of Tunisia.