In accordance with Article XII, Section 1 of the Constitution, an amendment to the Constitution may be proposed by the Yurok Tribal Council or by petition of an eligible voter. An amendment proposed by the Yurok Tribal Council shall require at least five affirmative votes.
In accordance with Article XII, Section 2 of the Constitution, an amendment must be adopted by not less than two-thirds of those voting and shall be effective upon certification of the election results by the Election Board.
An amendment may be placed on the ballot at a primary election or by calling for a special election. [Ord. 56 § 4511, amended, 5/9/2019; Ord. 42 § 4511, adopted, 3/4/2015.]