Article 27. Everyone has the right to address to the public authorities, petitions signed by one or more persons. - The constituted authorities alone have the right to address petitions collectively. Article 67. It is forbidden to present petitions in person to the Chamber.
The Chamber has the right to refer to the members of the Government the petitions which are addressed to it. - The members of the Government shall provide
explanations of their contents, whenever the Chamber demands it.
The Chamber does not concern itself with any petition having individual interests for its object unless it is aimed at redressing grievances resulting from illegal acts of the Government or the authorities or unless the decision to intervene lies [within] the competence of the Chamber.