This article is aptly described as “the rug of the constitution under which all the disparate and distinctive provisions are swept.”105 In 1968, only two changes were made: The section on disqualifications from public office or employment (Section 3) was modified; and a new section, titled “Codes of Ethics,” was added. Ten years later it was renumbered from Article XIV to Article XVI and underwent noteworthy alterations, including deletion of the section on ethics because that provision was incorporated into a new article devoted solely to that subject. The...
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