Amendments to the Constitution of 1976 which were determined to be general and which
were submitted to and ratified by the people of the entire state at the same time
this Constitution was ratified shall be incorporated and made a part of this Constitution
as provided in this Paragraph. There is hereby created a commission to be composed of the Governor, the President
of the Senate, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the Attorney General,
and the Legislative Counsel, which is hereby authorized and directed to incorporate
such amendments into this Constitution at the places deemed most appropriate to the
commission. The commission shall make only such changes in the language of this Constitution and
of such amendments as are necessary to incorporate properly such amendments into this
Constitution and shall complete its duties prior to July 1, 1983. The commission shall deliver to the Secretary of State this Constitution with those
amendments incorporated therein, and such document shall be the Constitution of the
State of Georgia. In order that the commission may perform its duties, this Paragraph shall become effective
as soon as it has been officially determined that this Constitution has been ratified.
The commission shall stand abolished upon the completion of its duties.
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