18 SECTION TEN. On constitutional reform
SECTION ONE. THE BASIC RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Chapter One. The Spaniards and foreigners
Chapter Two. Rights and freedoms
Part 1. Fundamental rights and public freedoms
Part 2. On the rights and responsibilities of citizens
Chapter Three. The fundamental principles of social and economic policy
Chapter Four. On guarantees of fundamental freedoms and human
Chapter Five. On the suspension of the rights and freedoms
SECTION TWO. ABOUT CROWN
SECTION THREE. About the Cortes Generales
Chapter One. About the Chambers
Chapter Two. On the development of laws
Chapter Three. On International Treaties
SECTION FOUR. ABOUT THE STATE GOVERNMENT AND ADMINISTRATION
SECTION FIVE. ON RELATIONS BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT AND Cortes Generales
SECTION EIGHT. ON TERRITORIAL UNIT OF THE STATE
Chapter One. General Provisions
Chapter Two. Local Government
Chapter Three. On Autonomous Communities
CHAPTER NINE. THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT
SECTION TEN. On constitutional reform
On Constitutional Reform
Initiative Constitutional reform is carried out in accordance with the provisions laid down in Articles 1 and 2 of Article 87.
1. Draft amendments of the Spanish Constitution must be approved by a majority of not less than three-fifths of each chamber. In the rims to reach an agreement between the Chambers created a joint commission composed of an equal number of deputies and senators, which is worked out by the text it to a vote of the Congress and the Senate.
2. If no agreement is reached by the prescribed procedures in the preceding paragraph, then, provided the text for the specified voted overwhelming majority of the Senate, the Congress may by its two-thirds majority vote of its members.
3. Text adopted by the Cortes Generales reform put to a referendum for ratification on the proposal within fifteen days from the date of adoption of one-tenth of the total number of members of one of the chambers.
1. When it is proposed that a total revision of the Constitution or of the partial revision affecting the introductory section, the second chapter, part 1, section 1 or section 2, must be approved by a majority of two thirds of the total membership of each House and the immediate dissolution of the Cortes Generales.
2. Newly elected House argue the decision to be reviewed and ppistupayut to discuss the new text of the Constitution, which shall be considered approved if it receives the majority of not less than two-thirds of the total membership of each chamber.
3. The approved text of the Cortes Generales constitutional reform put to a referendum for its ratification.
Can not be made initsiativa constitutional reform in wartime or during the term of the states referred to in Article 116.