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    Question amendment

    I am trying to translate amendment in the following context:
    "Before leaving for the Commons, Andrew checked over an amendment he wanted to move in comitee that morning"

    ((Andrew is a MP))

    my attempt:
    "Antes de dirigirse a la Cámara de los Comunes, Andrew revisó un proyecto de ley que quería presentar al comite esa mañana"

    Please correct my version and give me your oppinions.

    Thanks!
    Clarabe

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    Default Re: amendment

    ENMIENDA.
    Promover una iniciativa enmienda.

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    Default Re: amendment

    Another option which is commonly used when referring to Laws is "Reforma" or in this case "Proyecto de Reforma"

    Hope it helps


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