The constitution can be changed by a resolution. The resolution has to be agreed upon and passed by not less than 2 (two) thirds of the members who are at the Annual General Meeting or Special General Meeting. Members must vote at this meeting to change the constitution.
Committee plus 5 (five) paid-up members shall be present at a meeting (“the quorum”) before a decision to change the constitution is taken. Any Annual General Meeting may vote upon such a notion, if the details of the changes are set out in the notice referred to in 10.3.
A written notice must go out not less than 14 (fourteen) days before the meeting at which the changes to the constitution are going to be proposed. The notice must indicate the proposed changes to the constitution that will be discussed at the meeting.
No amendments may be made which would have the effect of making the organisation cease to exist.