answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer

the president alone can make any changes

User Avatar

Wiki User

11y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: Which is not true of the formal amendment process?
Write your answer...
Submit
Still have questions?
magnify glass
imp
Related questions

Which amendment process is demonstrated in the Twenty-First Amendment as the only amendment proposed by Congress and ratified by state convention?

It is the FORMAL AMENDMENT PROCESS for A+ :)


Was the Bill of Rights created by a formal amendment process or an informal amendment process?

The Bill of Rights was created using a formal amendment process. An informal amendment process doesn't result in actual changes to the Constitution, only to the way the Constitution is interpreted.


What is the legal process in constitution change?

Formal Amendment Process.


An amendment may be proposed by a national convention called by congress at the request of two thirds of the states demonstrates which amendment process?

Formal Amendment Process A+


How many processes are available for the formal amendment process?

2


How many processes are available for formal amendment process?

2


How is federalism in the formal amendment process?

A proposed amendment is at the federal level and ratifications is at state level.


Which are more common formal or informal amendments?

26 out of the 27 were passed in the Formal amendment process.


How is the federalism represented in the formal amendment process?

A proposed amendment is at the federal level and ratifications is at state level.


How many formal ammednets do we have today?

There are 27 amendments. All the amendments are neither formal or informal. If an amendment has not gone through the process laid out in the constitution it is not an amendment.


Formal amendment refers to a change or addition that becomes part of the written constitution?

True


Which two principles of the Constitution are illustrated by the formal amendment process?

federalism and popular sovereignty