1. Regarding Constitutional Amendments:1. the Provision of joint sitting is not available. 2. they become operative from the date both Houses have passed the Bills. 3. the President's assent to a Constitutional Amendment is obligatory. 4. Parliament may amend any part of the Constitution according to the procedure laid down in Article 368.?





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