THE CONSTITUTION

Area 1. The official Power might be vested in a President of the United States of America. He should hold his Office amid the Term of four Years, and, together with the Vice President, decided for a similar Term, be chosen, as takes after

Each State should select, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may coordinate, a Number of Electors, equivalent to the entire Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State might be entitled in the Congress: however no Senator or Representative, or Person holding an Office of Trust or Profit under the United States, might be named an Elector.

The Congress may decide the Time of picking the Electors, and the Day on which they might give their Votes; which Day should be the same all through the United States.

Twelfth Amendment

The Electors might meet in their individual states, and vote by poll for President and Vice-President, one of whom, at any rate, should not be a tenant of a similar state with themselves; they should name in their votes the individual voted in favor of as President, and in particular tickets the individual voted in favor of as Vice-President, and they should make unmistakable arrangements of all people voted in favor of as President, and of all people voted in favor of as Vice-President, and of the quantity of votes in favor of every, which records they should sign and confirm, and transmit fixed to the seat of the legislature of the United States, coordinated to the President of the Senate; The President of the Senate might, within the sight of the Senate and House of Representatives, open every one of the declarations and the votes might then be tallied;- - The individual having the best number of votes in favor of President, should be the President, if such number be a larger part of the entire number of Electors delegated; and if no individual have such dominant part, then from the people having the most astounding numbers not surpassing three on the rundown of those voted in favor of as President, the House of Representatives might pick quickly, by vote, the President. In any case, in picking the President, the votes should be taken by states, the portrayal from each state having one vote; a majority for this reason might comprise of a part or individuals from 66% of the states, and a greater part of the considerable number of states should be important to a choice.... The individual having the best number of votes as Vice-President, might be the Vice-President, if such number be a larger part of the entire number of Electors selected, and if no individual have a lion's share, then from the two most noteworthy numbers on the rundown, the Senate should pick the Vice-President; a majority for the reason should comprise of 66% of the entire number of Senators, and a greater part of the entire number might be important to a decision. In any case, no individual unavoidably ineligible to the workplace of President might be qualified to that of Vice-President to the United States.

Fourteenth Amendment

Area 3. No individual should be... voter of President and Vice President ... who, having already promised, as an individual from Congress, or as an officer of the United States, or as an individual from any State lawmaking body, or as an official or legal officer of any State, to bolster the Constitution of the United States, might have occupied with uprising or disobedience to the same, or given guide or solace to the foes thereof. Be that as it may, Congress may by a vote of 66% of each House, evacuate such inability.

Fifteenth Amendment

Area 1. The privilege of nationals of the United States to vote should not be denied or shortened by the United States or by any State by virtue of race, shading, or past state of subjugation.

Nineteenth Amendment

The privilege of nationals of the United States to vote might not be denied or condensed by the United States or by any State because of sex.

Twentieth Amendment

Area 1. The terms of the President and Vice President should end at twelve on the twentieth day of January, and the terms of Senators and Representatives at twelve on the 3d day of January, of the years in which such terms would have finished if this article had not been sanctioned; and the terms of their successors might then start.

Segment 2. The Congress should gather at any rate once in consistently, and such meeting might start at twelve on the 3d day of January, unless they should by law delegate an alternate day.

Segment 3. In the event that, at the time settled for the start of the term of the President, the President elect should have kicked the bucket, the Vice President elect might move toward becoming President. On the off chance that a President should not have been picked before the time settled for the start of his term, or if the President elect might have neglected to qualify, then the Vice President elect should go about as President until a President might have qualified; and the Congress may by law accommodate the case wherein neither a President elect nor a Vice President elect might have qualified, pronouncing who might then go about as President, or the way in which one who is to act might be chosen, and such individual should act likewise until a President or Vice President should have qualified.

Area 4. The Congress may by law accommodate the instance of the passing of any of the people from whom the House of Representatives may pick a President at whatever point the privilege of decision might have lapsed upon them, and for the instance of the demise of any of the people from whom the Senate may pick a Vice President at whatever point the privilege of decision should have decayed upon them.

Twenty-Second Amendment

Area 1. No individual might be chosen to the workplace of the President more than twice, and no individual who has held the workplace of President, or gone about as President, for over two years of a term to which some other individual was chosen President should be chosen to the workplace of the President more than once. In any case, this Article might not make a difference to any individual holding the workplace of President when this Article was proposed by the Congress, and should not keep any individual who might hold the workplace of President, or going about as President, amid the term inside which this Article ends up noticeably agent from holding the workplace of President or going about as President amid the rest of such term.

Twenty-Third Amendment

Segment 1. The District constituting the seat of Government of the United States should select in such way as the Congress may coordinate:

Various voters of President and Vice President equivalent to the entire number of Senators and Representatives in Congress to which the District would be entitled in the event that it were a State, however in no occasion more than the minimum crowded State; they might be notwithstanding those delegated by the States, yet they should be considered, for the motivations behind the race of President and Vice President, to be voters selected by a State; and they might meet in the District and perform such obligations as given by the twelfth article of revision.

Twenty-Fourth Amendment

Segment 1. The privilege of nationals of the United States to vote in any essential or other decision for President or Vice President, for voters for President or Vice President, or for Senator or Representative in Congress, should not be denied or abbreviated by the United States or any State by reason of inability to pay any survey impose or other duty.

Twenty-Fifth Amendment

Segment 1. If there should arise an occurrence of the expulsion of the President from office or of his demise or renunciation, the Vice President might move toward becoming President.

Area 2. At whatever point there is an opening in the workplace of the Vice President, the President should designate a Vice President who might take office upon affirmation by a greater part vote of both Houses of Congress.

Area 3. At whatever point the President transmits to the President professional tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives his composed assertion that he can't release the forces and obligations of his office, and until he transmits to them a composed affirmation in actuality, such powers and obligations might be released by the Vice President as Acting President.

Segment 4. At whatever point the Vice President and a greater part of either the primary officers of the official divisions or of such other body as Congress may by law give, transmit to the President star tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives their composed assertion that the President can't release the forces and obligations of his office, the Vice President might promptly accept the forces and obligations of the workplace as Acting President.

From that point, when the President transmits to the President expert tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives his composed announcement that no powerlessness exists, he might continue the forces and obligations of his office unless the Vice President and a greater part of either the key officers of the official division or of such other body as Congress may by law give, transmit inside four days to the President professional tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives their composed assertion that the President can't release the forces and obligations of his office. There upon Congress might choose the issue, amassing inside forty-eight hours for that reason if not in session. On the off chance that the Congress, inside twenty-one days after receipt of the last composed statement, or, if Congress is not in session, inside twenty-one days after Congress is required to collect, decides by 66% vote of both Houses that the President can't release the forces and obligations of his office, the Vice President might keep on discharging the same as Acting President; generally, the President should continue the forces and obligations of his office.

Twenty-Sixth Amendment

Segment 1. The privilege of nationals of the United States, who are eighteen years old or more seasoned, to vote should not be denied or shortened by the United States or by any State by virtue of age.

No comments

Powered by Blogger.