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Constitutional Law

60 Years German Basic Law: The German Constitution And Its Court

Landmark Decisions Of The Federal Constitutional Court Of Germany In The Area Of Fundamental Rights

The German Basic Law – the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Germany – has been in force for more than 60 years now and it is the foundation of democratic statehood in Germany. The Basic Law’s central focus is the principle of the rule of law as expressed by the broader German concept of the “Rechtsstaatsprinzip”. The protection of fundamental individual rights is one important cornerstone of this “Rechtsstaatsprinzip”.

Author(s) Jurgen Brohmer, Clauspeter Hill & Marc Spitzkatz (Eds.)
ISBN No.: 978-967-0379-16-6
Pages: 850
Price: RM610 (WM) / RM620 (EM)
Published: 2012

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