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  • Basic Law: The Rise And Fall Of The Federal Republic Of Germany

    CHAPTER 3 COMPARISON OF AMENDMENT POWER& PROCEDURE WITH FOREIGN COUNTRIES “No work of man is perfect. It is inevitable that in the course of time, the imperfections of a written constitution will become apparent. Moreover, the passage of time will bring changes in society, which a constitution must accommodate if it is to remain suitable for the nation. It was imperative, therefore, that a practicable means of amending the constitution be provided.” Thomas Jefferson 3.1 INTRODUCTION Time is…

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  • Lively Diversity In Germany

    Its territory encompasses roughly 357,000 square kilometers. It stretches from the North Sea and the Baltic Sea in the north to the Alps in the south. Some of the largest European rivers – the Rhine, the Danube and the Elbe – flow through Germany. German landscapes are extraordinarily varied and attractive: low and high mountain ranges, extensive lake lands, forests and roughly 2,390 kilometers of coastline. Society: Lively Diversity Germany has 82 million inhabitants. They include roughly 15…

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