10 General provisions of part two
10.1 Election day
Congress shall designate at least one day every year as confederate election day, and elections and direct votes of the citizens provided for by this constitution shall take place on such day or days.
10.2 Limit on other office of profit
The President, the senators, the representatives or delegates to the constitutional convention may hold no other office of profit under the Confederation.
10.3 Compensation of elected officers
Each elected officer shall receive a compensation for his services, which shall neither be increased nor diminished during his term in office.
10.4 Sunset clause
Legislation of any kind except this Constitution, shall expire no later than 35 years after enactment.
10.5 Sunrise clause
So as not to interfere with the Referendum, legislation may not come into force within 6 months of enactment unless expressly authorized by law.
10.6 Confederate budget
10.7 Constitutional convention
10.8 Prior law
Directives and prior legislation by the European Community shall have the force of confederate law.
10.9 First election
The election of the first President and the first Congress shall be organized and supervised by the states and according to such rules as the states may jointly decide.
This constitution shall come into effect between the ratifying states, when ratified by 5 states.