2 edition of constitutional law of German unification found in the catalog.
constitutional law of German unification
Peter E. Quint
|Other titles||Maryland law review (Baltimore, Md. : 1936)|
|Statement||Peter E. Quint.|
|LC Classifications||KK4450 .Q55 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 475-631 :|
|Number of Pages||631|
|LC Control Number||96176722|
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The law of Germany (German: das Recht Deutschlands), that being the modern German legal system (German: Deutsches Rechtssystem), is a system of civil law which is founded on the principles laid out by the Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany, though many of the most important laws, for example most regulations of the civil code (Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch.
Constitutional Theory: Constitution-Making Power or Constituted Power. The Constitution of the FRG was not even called a “constitution” because the parliamentary assembly in /49 thought of the “Basic Law” as an interim solution until Germany would be reunited.
Article of the Basic Law shows this quite constitutional law of German unification book. constitutional law of German unification book CONSTITUTIONAL LAW OF GERMAN UNIFICATION matic process of change transformed the political system of East Germany and culminated in the GDR's "accession" to the Federal Republic itself.
At the same time, the division of Europe, which the division of Germany came to symbolize, had largely ceased to exist. This book had its origins in a visit to Berlin in early Januarya few weeks after the opening of the Berlin Wall.
At that point, German unification was still an uncertain prospect, and many East Germans thought that their country would continue on for some time as an independent state under a new democratic constitution.
Kommers's comprehensive constitutional law of German unification book surveys the development of German constitutional doctrine betweenwhen the Federal Constitutional Court was founded, and Extensively revised and expanded to take into account recent developments since German unification, this second edition describes the background, structure, and functions of the Court and provides extensive 4/5(2).
Book Chapter Donald P. Kommers, The Basic Law Under Strain: Constitutional Dilemmas and Challenges, in Domestic Politics of German Unification (Christopher Anderson, Karl Kaltenthaler, & Wolfgang Luthardt eds., ) Prominent German and US scholars examine the domestic political events that led to the unification of the two German : Donald P.
Kommers. The Comparative Law of Flag Desecration: The United States and the Federal Republic of Germany, 15 Hastings International and Comparative Law Quarterly (). The Constitutional Law of German Unification, 50 Constitutional law of German unification book Law Review ().
Free Speech and Private Law in German Constitutional Theory, 48 Maryland. International law, UK law, and Irish law adopt the same substantive position on Irish unification: it requires the consent of a majority of people in both jurisdictions on constitutional law of German unification book island of Ireland.
However, they approach the question from different perspectives and with subtly different emphases. In the mid-summer of the German Constitutional law of German unification book Republic-- known as the GDR or East Germany--was an autocratic state led by an entrenched Communist Party.
A loyal member of the Warsaw Pact, it was a counterpart of constitutional law of German unification book Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany), which it confronted with a mixture of hostility and grudging accommodation across the divide created Constitutional law of German unification book by: Get this from a library.
The imperfect union: constitutional structures of German unification. [Peter E Quint] -- In the mid-summer of the German Democratic Republicknown as the GDR of East Germany - was an autocratic state led by an entrenched Communist Party. A loyal member of the Warsaw Pact, it was a.
Unification is one of the great themes of modern German history. Unlike England and France—which had formed unified nation-states in the Middle Ages—Germany came into the nineteenth century as a variegated collection of kingdoms, duchies, city-states, and other principalities, loosely held together in the political league of the Holy Roman Empire.
His main research interests include American constitutional law and comparative constitutional law, particularly the constitutional law of the Federal Republic of Germany. He is the author of The Imperfect Union: Constitutional Structures of German Unification (Princeton University Press, ), as well as numerous articles on American and.
PREFACE ix CHAPTER I Introduction 3 PART I. FROM REVOLUTION TO ACCESSION: CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGE IN EASTERN GERMANY 7 CHAPTER 2 The Background of German Unification 9 CHAPTER 3 Political Revolution in the GDR, 15 CHAPTER 4 Constitutional Reform in the GDR, Historical Background and the Round Table.
The German Confederation was a political menge a trois between Prussia, Austrian and the middle states to either gain prominence or This concept is far too facile. In the second edition of his The Wars of German Unification, Prof. Dennis Showalter shows that the wars were a culmination of a process beginning in/5.
Donald P. Kommers, The Basic Law Under Strain: Constitutional Dilemmas and Challenges, in Domestic Politics of German Unification (Christopher Anderson, Karl Kaltenthaler, & Wolfgang Luthardt eds., ) Prominent German and US scholars examine the domestic political events that led to the unification of the two German states.
The German Empire (officially Deutsches Reich) was the historical German nation state that existed from the unification of Germany in to the abdication of Kaiser Wilhelm II in Novemberwhen Germany became a federal republic (the Weimar Republic). The German Empire consisted of 26 constituent territories, most ruled by royal families.
Library of Congress guide to constitutional, legal and government documents. (Transcriptions and translations) German Law Archive; Cases, statutes, literature and bibliographies on German law in English language.
(Translations) Die Verfassungen in Deutschland; German constitutions ( - present; transcriptions) Video talks of the Federal. Germany (jûr´mənē), Ger. Deutschland, officially Federal Republic of Germany, republic ( est. pop. 81,),sq mi (, sq km). Located in the center of Europe, it borders the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, and France on the west; Switzerland and Austria on the south; the Czech Republic and Poland on the east; Denmark on the north; and the Baltic Sea.
Popular Sovereignty and the Crisis of German Constitutional Law is a historical analysis of competing doctrines of constitutional law during the Weimar Republic. It chronicles the creation of a new constitutional jurisprudence both adequate to the needs of a modern welfare state and based on the principle of popular : $ (1) Law in the territory specified in Article 3 of the Unification Treaty may deviate from provisions of this Constitution for a period not extending beyond 31 December in so far as and as long as no complete adjustment to the order of the Constitution can be achieved as a consequence of the different conditions.
In the s the West German Peace Movement -- fearing that the stationing of NATO nuclear missiles in Germany threatened an imminent nuclear war in Europe -- engaged in massive protests, including sustained civil disobedience in the form of sit-down demonstrations.
Civil Disobedience and the German Courts traces the historical and philosophical background of. While the German court accuses the CJEU of unlawful conduct, it has itself pushed the limits by creating a pathway for litigants to initiate these legal actions in the first place.
Under Germany’s Basic Law, only individuals whose constitutional rights are at stake have standing to bring a claim before the Federal Constitutional Court. The Constitution, which today governs Germany, is a slightly amended version of West Germany’s Constitution.
The history of the German Basic Law is unique as it originated after WWII and was based on the influence of occupying foreign nations. While the Reich government still existed in theory after the war, the institutions of the German government were completely.
Constitution - Constitution - Europe: France, Germany, and Italy, as well as most non-European countries influenced by continental concepts of constitutionalism, have no record of unbroken constitutional fidelity similar to that found in Britain and the U.S. Because of the highly substantive and ideological content of most French constitutions, the best way to change them has been to.
For earlier writings of the author discussing themes considered in this chapter, see, for example, The Imperfect Union: Constitutional Structures of German Unification (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, ); “The Constitutional and Legal Framework of German Unification,” in Der ichende Betrachtungen zehn Jahre danach, ed.
Wolfgang Author: Peter E. Quint. The Imperfect Union discusses these issues and shows that they are at the core of a great event of political, economic, and social history.
Part I analyzes the constitutional history of eastern Germany from through the constitutional changes of and beyond to the constitutions of the re-created east German states.
Prompted by unification, the German constitution has undergone the most fundamental re-examination since the foundation of the Federal Republic.
This volume seeks to identify challenges which constitional policy faces and analyzes how, and with what degree of success, they are being : Taylor And Francis. The Federal Constitutional Court' was established in It is the champion of the continued respect of the democratic rights established in the "Basic law".
"This applies particularly to enforcement of the fundamental rights. All Author: Elizabeth Wells. In his book, Professor Jaggi takes the position that it is wrong to reduce the meaning of the Revolution in East Germany to bringing about German unification and an unconditional adoption of West German constitutional law by the East German states.
The Constitution of the German Empire (German: Verfassung des Deutschen Reiches) was the basic law of the German Empire offrom 16 Aprilcoming into effect on 4 May German historians often refer to it as Bismarck's imperial constitution, in German the Bismarcksche Reichsverfassung (BRV).
According to the constitution, the empire was a. The upshot of Jaggi’s book is that the jurisprudence of post-reunification Germany is the product of both East and West German influences, contrary to the conventional view that Germany’s post-reunification jurisprudence continued exclusively in the tradition of the constitutional law of pre-reunification West Germany.
A leading scholar of the constitution of the United States, David Currie, in this book turns his attention to one of the most important bodies of constitutional law in the world, the Basic Law of Germany.
It is a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the study of the German ing with an overview of the essential features of the Basic Law of Germany. Also, the Italian Constitutional Court repealed a regional law that had provided the basis for holding a consultative referendum on the independence of the Veneto region (Sentenza / (29 April ) (It)).
In contrast, the regional referendum on Scottish independence of was expressly authorized by law in line with both the UK und. BOOK REVIEW - The Constitutional Meaning of Reconstruction and Reunification. Autores: Thomas Potter Localización: German Law Journal, ISSN-eVol.
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Germany - Germany - Germany from to The German Empire was founded on Januin the aftermath of three successful wars by the North German state of Prussia. Within a seven-year period Denmark, the Habsburg monarchy, and France were vanquished in short, decisive conflicts. The empire was forged not as the result of the outpouring of nationalist.
Praise “Popular Sovereignty and the Crisis of German Constitutional Law is a thoroughly researched and very reasonable study of German constitutional theory during the Weimar Republic and before [T]he book is well reasoned and makes fascinating reading for all those interested in the development of German constitutional theory during a period of time when Author: Peter C.
Caldwell. Art. [Ratiicationof the Basic Law] Art. [Entry into force of the Basic Law] Art. [Duration of the Basic Law] Extracts from the German Constitution of 11 August (Weimar Constitution) Religion and religious societies Art. Art. Art. Art.
Art. Popular Sovereignty and the Crisis of German Constitutional Law is a historical analysis of competing doctrines of constitutional law during the Weimar Republic. It chronicles the creation of a new constitutional jurisprudence both adequate to the needs of a modern welfare state and based on the principle of popular sovereignty.
Bernal-Pulido, C. “ Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments in the Case Study of Colombia: An Analysis of the Justification and Meaning of the Constitutional Replacement Doctrine.” International Journal of Constitutional Law, 11 (2): – Cited by: 2. The book deals with German constitutional law that is applicable to cross-border situations and supranational constellations.
The work represents the field of law in the sense of a German Foreign Relations Law. The focus is on the state practice of the "Berlin Republic", i.e. the period since the completion of German unification in. Law professor, pdf, and writer. University of Maryland Law School, Baltimore, Jacob A.
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Donald Kommers, Professor of Law at the University of Notre Dame Ebook School in Indiana, USA, ebook the author of the leading English textbook on the constitutional law of the Federal Republic delivered a talk on the history of the past sixty years of the Basic Law before the American Academy in Berlin; in his lecture, he compared it with the.