SECTION 1. Notwithstanding any other provision of this constitution, Congress may adopt a Resolution of No Confidence in the President. A three-fifths vote of the members of each House present and voting shall be necessary to adopt such a Resolution as a concurrent resolution. A Resolution of No Confidence shall be privileged in the House of Representatives and shall have precedence over all other bills, resolutions and motions in the Senate.
SECTION 2. In the Resolution of No Confidence, Congress shall fix a date falling not less than ninety days and not more than one hundred and ten days from the date of adoption of the Resolution for the calling of a special election for the choosing of electors for President and Vice President, and of Representatives and Senators: Provided, That if the date of adoption occurs on or after June 1 of the second year of the President's term, and at least ninety days prior to the date of the choosing of Representatives in Congress that year, the special election shall coincide with the regular election for the choosing of Representatives. The Clerk of the House of Representatives shall notify the chief executive of each State and of the District of Columbia of the date of the special election, and each State and the District of Columbia shall provide for the choosing of electors, and of Representatives and Senators, on that day. The convening and balloting of electors at a date specified by Congress, and the transmittal of the ballots to Congress which shall count them, shall be in the manner specified in the twelfth and twentieth articles of amendment.
SECTION 3. If the special election occurs at the regular election for the choosing of Representatives in Congress, the President and Vice President, and the Representatives and Senators, chosen pursuant to the special election shall enter upon their terms of office on January 20 of the year immediately following. In such case, the term of office for the President and Vice President shall be two years; for Representatives, two years; for Senators, six years, or whatever remains of the term of their respective predecessor. If the special election occurs at any other time, Congress in the Resolution of No Confidence shall specify a commencement date not less than sixty and not more than seventy-five days following the date of the election. In such case, the term of office for officeholders shall be whatever remains of the term of their respective predecessor.
SECTION 4. Notwithstanding the twenty-second article of amendment, the incumbent of the Office of President at the time of adoption of the Resolution of No Confidence shall be eligible to stand for election at the election herein provided for and to serve the term commencing thereafter.
SECTION 5. The times, places, and manner of holding elections for Presidential electors, and for Representatives and Senators, shall be prescribed in each State by the legislature thereof; but the Congress may at any time make or alter such regulations.
SECTION 6. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.