Elections in Hamburg

The number of elections in Hamburg varies. Hamburg has a state of elections, the elections for the state parliament . There are aussi elections to the federal diet (the lower house of the federal parliament) of Germany, the local elections of the diet of the boroughs (Bezirksversammlungen) and every five years to the European Parliament . All elections take place by universal suffrage and are regulated by law. Read More…

East German Constitutional Assembly election, 1949

Elections for a Constitutional Assembly were held in East Germany on 15 and 16 May 1949. [1] Voters were presented with a “Unity List” from the ” Bloc of the Anti-Fascist Democratic Parties ,” which in turn was dominated by the Communist Socialist Unity Party . [2] They only had the option of approving or rejecting the list. In much of the country, the vote was not secret. [3] Read More…

Central Register of Foreign Nationals (Germany)

The Central Register of Foreign Nationals (German: Ausländerzentralregister (AZR) ) is a German database , containing 20 million foreign nationals . [1] Of these, as of February 2009, approximately 4.5 million are EU citizens. [2]

The Central Register of Foreign Nationals provides over 7,000 organizations and organizations, with over 80,000 users. [3] Read More…

Amtsgericht

An Amtsgericht in Germany is a local court . [1] These courts form the lowest level of the so-called ‘ordinary jurisdiction’ of the German judiciary (German Ordentliche Gerichtsbarkeit ), which is responsible for most criminal and civil judicial matters. [2] The German Amtsgericht may be compared to the magistrates’ courts in England and Wales . Read More…

The Atom Besieged

The Atom Besieged: Extraparliamentary Dissent in France and Germany is a 1981 book by Dorothy Nelkin and Michael Pollak. This book examines the opposition to nuclear power in France and West Germany in the 1970s, which is assessed as being broadly based and widespread. The authors argue that the basic idea of ​​the opposition is that of nuclear power fundamentally alters the makeup of society. [1] [2] Read More…

Bundespräsidialamt

The Bundespräsidialamt (Office of the Federal President) is a federal agency ( oberste Bundesbehörde ) of the Government of Germany assisting the President of Germany .

The office building is situated beneath Bellevue Palace in Tiergarten in Berlin . The seat was formerly in Bonn in the Hammerschmidt Villa and switched to Berlin with the Berlin-Bonn Act . The agency moved into the actual building in 1998. Read More…

Bundesanzeiger

The Bundesanzeiger is an official publication of the Federal Republic of Germany published by the German Department of Justice with a scope similar to that of the Federal Register in the United States. It is used for announcing laws, mandatory legal and judicial announcements, announcing changes in the Handelsregister and for legally mandated announcements by the private sector. It is being superseded by the elektronischer Bundesanzeiger (eBAnz)(electronic Bundesanzeiger) in recent years. Read More…

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