This draft of the suggested constitution requires revisions and suggestions from the general body.
The following provisions are from the current Constitution and Bylaws of the ISCP related to the subject matter (The full version of ISCP current Constitution can be found here)
“Article X: Amendments of the Constitution
A proposal for an amendment(s) shall be signed by ten (10) members or ten percent of the total members, whichever is larger, and submitted to the General Body Coordinator, who shall mail the proposal to the members and call a General Body meeting within three months.
An affirmative vote by 2/3 of the members present shall be necessary for the adoption of all
The quorum requirement for voting on amendments shall be 2/3 (two-thirds) of the total
If two-third (2/3) of the Members are not present in a General Body meeting called for voting on the proposed amendment(s), another General Body meeting shall be called, for the same purpose, within four weeks after the first meeting. At the second meeting, the quorum requirement, as stated in Section 3 of this Article, shall be waived, and the proposed amendments shall be discussed and adopted by a two-third (2/3) majority of the members present.
Amendments to any of the following Sections may not be valid without prior consent or later confirmation of the Executive Committee of the ISNA. These Sections are: all Sections of Articles I, II, and III; and Article X Section 5.
A proposal for amendment(s) which does not meet the conditions stated in Section 1 of this Article shall be kept on record for the next elected Executive Council.”