THE United People's Party recommends that Sections 175 to 181 of the 1997 Constitution be retained.
These sections deal with the accounting of public money.
"We submit the following recommendations be considered as amendments to the 1997 constitution," said party leader Mick Beddoes.
He submitted that in the event of the illegal removal of the elected government by force of arms by any group, all accounts and payments other than salaries and pensions must be frozen and no civil servant could issue any payment until the elected government and parliament was either reinstated or elected.
"All banks holding government funds will be prohibited from dispensing any monies other than salaries and wages so long as the elected members of parliament and government are denied their right to govern," said Mr Beddoes.
He said any bank that disregards this should be held accountable and responsible for the full refund plus interest for all funds issued during the forced absence of the government.