AMENDING THE CONSTITUTION
It is permitted to amend any provision of this Constitution, by change or by addition or by repeal, in the manner provided by this Article.
46.2 Every proposal to amend this Constitution (it) must be initiated in Dáil Éireann as a Bill, and when it is passed or deemed passed by both Houses of the Oireachtas it must be submitted to the people for determination by Referendum in accordance with the law which will be in force as regards the Referendum at the time.
46.5 Any Bill in which there will be a proposal to amend this Constitution the President must immediately put his hand to it, when he has been satisfied that the provisions of this Article were fulfilled regarding it and that the people
duly consented to that proposal in accordance with the provisions of section 1 of Article 47 of this Constitution, and the President must duly promulgate it as a law.
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