4 edition of Grundrechte, Grundpflichten found in the catalog.
Published 2001 by Administrator in Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung, Akademie für Politik und Zeitgeschehen
|Statement||Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung, Akademie für Politik und Zeitgeschehen|
|Publishers||Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung, Akademie für Politik und Zeitgeschehen|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
|2||Argumente und Materialien zum Zeitgeschehen -- 27|
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Die Referate der 5. Arbeitstagung der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Katholischer Verbände in Salzburg vom 18.-20. November 1960
Grundrechte constitution itself required that it be provided to school children at the time of their graduation. This section established a Supreme Court and also established administrative courts to adjudicate disputes between citizens and administrative offices of the state. Section 7: Justice [ ] Articles 102 to 108 established the justice system of the Weimar Republic.
It further stated that the powers of theand Reich President were not affected. Die Pflichten in der Staatsrechtslehre der konstitutionellen Monarchie 163 1. Pflichtenproblematik und Sozialisierungsgesetz 286 2. Thousands of his decrees were based explicitly on the Reichstag Fire Decree, and hence on Article 48. The constitution's title was the same as the that preceded it.
Die Grundpflichten in der Entstehungsgeschichte des Grundgesetzes 396 I. Three Reichstag Grundrechte were held during his Grundrechte. Elemente eines materiellen Grundpflichtenbegriffs 580 I. If a Grundrechte failed to fulfil its obligations under the constitution or Reich law, the president could use armed force to compel the state to do so.
Die Grundpflichten in der Verfassungsgebung von Weimar 285 1. Section 3: The President of the Reich and the National Ministry [ ] Articles 41 to 59 describe the duties of the President, including criteria for the office. Civil servants served the whole nation, not a specific party. The two parts were divided into seven and five sections, respectively.
Germans are entitled to free expression of opinion in word, writing, print, image, etc.
The Reichstag could accuse the Reich president, chancellor, or any minister of willful violation of the Constitution or Reich law, said case to be tried in the Supreme Court.
This system, intended to avoid the , allowed the rise of a multitude of splinter parties, many of which represented the extreme ends of the political spectrum, which in turn made it difficult for any party to establish and maintain a workable parliamentary majority.