Proposed Amendments to the US Constitution – Citizen Legislative Powers

Proposed Amendments to the US Constitution to increase Legislative Power for Citizens.


Citizens’ Voices will serve to ensure that the voices and wishes of citizens in trade unions have a direct influence on the laws under which the people are governed. Union citizens will clearly be aware of the countless bills refused or submitted to properly reflect the will of the people. Suara Warga will provide a mechanism by which citizens will grow more secure because of their increased knowledge and influence in matters that affect them. This would quickly be exposed as a path to healing that the guild had envisioned.

The proposed changes are in [Brackets]. The phrase “quoted” is subject to suggestion and revision.

Part I – Legislative

All legislative powers conferred here shall be conferred upon the Congress [and citizens] of the United States of America. The Congress consists of the Senate and the House of Representatives. [Eligible citizens are those currently eligible to vote in the national presidential election.]

Part VII. – Income Claims, Legislative Process, Presidential Veto

All bills to increase revenue come from the DPR; but the Senate [and the Citizen’s Voice] can propose or agree to the Amendments as in other Bills.

Any bill that will be passed by the House of Representatives, the Senate [and the Voice of the Citizen], will, before it becomes law, be submitted to the President of the United States; If he agrees, then he will return it to that house in that house, then he will put it in the grave objection of their Journal, and continue to reconsider it. If, after reconsidering, two thirds of the DPR will agree to pass the Draft Law, it will be sent, together with the Objection, to the other DPR [and Citizens’ Voices], with whom it will also be reconsidered, and if approved by two thirds of the The DPR [and the Citizen’s Voice], it will become a Law. But in all these cases the votes of the two houses will be determined by Yeas and Nays, and the names of the people who voted for and opposed the bill must be entered in the journals of each DPR. If there was a Bill (RUU) which the President would not return within ten Days (weeks unless) after which it would be presented to him, the Same would become Law, as if he had signed it, except the Congress by their Postponement prevent its return, in this case it will not become a law.

Any Orders, Resolutions, or Voting in which the Senate and House of Representatives [and Citizens’] Concurrency, may be required (except on postponement questions) will be communicated to the President of the United States; and before the Same goes into effect, will be approved by him, or rejected by him, will be given back by two-thirds of the Senate and the House of Representatives [and Citizens’ Voting], in accordance with the Rules and Limits set out in the Case Bill.