Section 1: Referendum. This Constitution shall be ratified by the students at The University of Alabama in a referendum on the First day in February in the year Two- Thousand and Eleven if a majority of the students voting in said referendum approve this Constitution.
Section 2: Enactment. This Constitution shall be enacted so as to concur with the SGA that governs for the 2011-2012 academic year at The University of Alabama, including all candidates seeking elected or appointed offices for that same academic year, and all subsequent years thereafter if approved by a majority of the students voting in the referendum on the First day in February in the year Two-thousand and Eleven. This Constitution shall remain the supreme Law of the SGA unless a constitutional convention assembles for the express purpose of writing a new constitution and that convention follows the procedures outlined in Article XI, Section 3 of this Constitution.
Section 3: Testament. The members of the Constitutional Revision Committee, convened on the Twelfth day in January in the year Two-Thousand and Eleven and under the administration of James C. Fowler as SGA President, do hereby attest that this Constitution represents the unanimous spirit of the committee’s efforts in creating accountable, functional, inclusive, and transparent student self-government at The University of Alabama by subscribing our names to this Constitution,