Dictionary Constitutional law Letter C – staatsrecht.honikel.de

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At the dictionary you find more than 200 terms of constitutional law.

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Letter „C”

Cabinet
Other term for the Federal Government.
Chancellor principle
Means that the Federal Chancellor in the Federal Government appoints the guidelines of the policy.
Charter
Arrangement of several states for the regulation of a future system.
Citizen rights
Citizen rights are Basic Rights valid for those with the german nationality.
Coalition
An union of several parties for the common formation of a government
Collegeau principle
Means that the members of the Federal Government as a whole are in principle equal.
Committee
Working group in the Bundestag in particular for consultation of bills.
Competitive legislation
Legislation with the legislative competence at the Laender so long and so far as the federal state does not use it.
Constituency
Division of a larger election area into several, approximately equal large subsections.
Constituency candidate
Person in a constituency who wants to get a direct mandate in the Bundestag.
Constitution
Basic norm of a state with regulations for the setting up and the organization of the state and its organs as well as regulations of the relationship of humans to the state.
Constitutional complaint
Important kind of complaint at the Federal Constitutional Court.
Constitutional law
Part of the public law, specifies fundamentally the relationship of humans to the state (Basic Rights) and the organisation and the functions of the state and its organs.
Constitutional principles
Basic principles of the constitution, especially art. 1 and 20 GG.
Constitutional State
A Constitutional state is a state which organs are bound to the law and the reach for justice is important.
Constructional vote of no confidence
With the constructional vote of no confidence the Bundestag can overthrow the Federal Chancellor and with him the whole Federal Government.
Council (of the EU)
Most important resolution organ of the European Union, consisting of the respective specialized ministers (depending on the part of law which is discussed) of the member states of the EU.
Council of Elders
Grouping at the Bundestag for the preparation of meetings
Council of Europe
1949 created international organization, to which nearly all European states belong. The Council of Europe has the task to strengthen the connections between its member states and to promote the economic and social progress. This is done via contracts, also named conventions, which were converted by the member states into domestic right. The most well-known of these conventions is the European Convention on Human Rights.
Countersignature
A signature of the Federal Chancellor or a Minister additionally to the signature of the Federal President .

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