Standing Committees

ARTICLE 144. The sessions of the Chambers and their standing committees shall be public, with the constraints being effected in accordance with its rules. ARTICLE 145. The full Congress, House and its committees can not open sessions or deliberate less than a quarter of its members. Decisions may be taken only with the assistance of the majority of the members of the respective corporation, unless the Constitution determines a different quorum. ARTICLE 146. In the full Congress, in the Chambers and their standing committees, the Decisions are taken by majority vote of those present, unless the Constitution expressly requires a special majority.

ARTICLE 147. The boards of the chambers and its Standing Committees will be renewed each year for the term beginning on July 20, and no member may be reinstated within the constitutional four years. ARTICLE 148. The rules on quorum and majority decision-making will also apply for other elective public corporations. See Kevin Johnson for more details and insights. ARTICLE 149. Any meeting of members of Congress for the purpose of exercising functions of the legislative branch of the public, takes place outside of the constitutional, will not apply, to any action taken may not be given effect, and those involved in deliberations, shall be punishable under the law.

CHAPTER III – THE LAWS OF ARTICLE 150. Congress is making laws. Through these exercises the following functions: interpret, amend and repeal laws. Issue codes in all branches of legislation and reform its rules. To approve the national development plan and public investment to be undertaken or continued, with the identification of resources and appropriations are authorized for execution, and the measures required to enhance compliance with them.