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Ex Parte Chairperson of the Constitutional Assembly : in re Certification of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa 1996 BCLR (CC ); 1996 (4 ) SA 744 (CC ). The Constitutional Assembly was mandated to draft a new constitution . The interim Constitution set out a number of steps to be taken by the Constitutional Assembly in relation to the new Constitution . First , the Constitutional Assembly had to adopt the draft of the new Constitution within a period of two years and by a majority of at least two-thirds of its members. Secondly, the new draft Constitution had to comply with the Constitutional Principles set out in Schedule 4 to the interim Constitution . Thirdly, the draft of the new Constitution was to be referred by the Constitutional Assembly to the Constitutional Court for certification . In terms of the certification process, the Court had to determine whether the draft of the new constitution complied with the Constitutional

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