Governments which concentrate political powers, often create injustices.
Your editorial prompts this senior citizen's response. The Constitution, in its original form, had need for many subsequent amendments, to rectify some recognized inadequacies.
The Constitution was designed to allow for furtherances of equality for all. The past indicates the future will include further needs for amendments.
The editorial's endorsement of referenced change does not recognize that in human nature, power is a corruptor. While no government system can be made perfect, history indicates our form of democracy, allowing periodic cleansing of political powers, tends to limit dictatorial governing that is prompted by long-term ingrained elected or appointed office holders.