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Question 60:

Enumerate the highest state organs. To which authorities do they belong in each case?

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Question 61:

Why there are state organs?

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Question 62:

Why there are parties?

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Question 63:

Which tasks does the Bundestag have?

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Question 64:

What are the election principles for the election to the Bundestag? Whats their meaning?

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Question 65:

What sense do the election principles have?

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Question 66:

What is the passive right to vote?

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Question 67:

Which fundamental election procedures exist?

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Question 68:

Explain the pure elections on the basis of proportional representation. What are their advantages?

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Question 69:

What is the sense of the 5%-hurdle?

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Question 70:

How many constituencies there are in Germany? Why straight so many?

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Question 71:

What is the Sainte-Laguë/Schepers method? How does it work?

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Question 72:

How many seats there are at least in the Bundestag?

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Question 73:

What are overhang mandates? How do they arise?

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Question 74:

What is a direct mandate?

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Question 75:

What rights do the Members of the Bundestag have? Describe these rights.

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Question 76:

May a Member of the Bundestag possesses a murder because of his immunity?

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Question 77:

What is Indemnity?

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Question 78:

What are the committees of the Bundestag? Which tasks do they have?

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Question 79:

What are parliamentary groups? Which tasks do they have?

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Question 80:

What is the plenum?

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Question 81:

What kinds of majority exist?

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Question 82:

With which majority the Bundestag normally seizes its resolutions?

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Question 83:

What is the sense of the Council of Elders in the parliament?

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Question 84:

What is party discipline?

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Question 85:

How can the Federal Chancellor dissolve the parliament?

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Question 86:

Under which constitutions the Bundestag can dissolve itself?

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Question 87:

When does the Bundestag decide with qualified 2/3-majority ?

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Question 88:

What is an opposition? Which tasks does it have?

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Question 89:

Which task does the military assigned have?

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Question 90:

What does directness mean in connection with the Bundestag?

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Question 91:

What are the tasks of the Bundesrat?

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Question 92:

How does the mandate of the Members of the Bundestag differ from the mandate and/or the position of the Members of the Bundesrat?

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Question 93:

How many representatives can the Land Baden-Wuerttemberg send into the Bundesrat?

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Question 94:

Who can represent a Land of the Federal Republic in the Bundesrat?

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Question 95:

How long is the legislative period of the Bundesrat?

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Question 96:

What is the standard majority in the Bundesrat?

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Question 97:

How can the votes of a Land in the Bundesrat be delivered ?

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Question 98:

What does incompatibility mean in the constitutional law?

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Question 99:

Is the Federal President concerning his political power comparable with the American president?

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Question 100:

What are the tasks of the Federal President?

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Question 101:

Who can become Federal President?

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Question 102:

How is the Federal President elected?

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Question 103:

How is the composition of the Federal Convention?

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Question 104:

Who is deputy of the Federal President?

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Question 105:

May the Federal President beside of his office exercise further activities?

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Question 106:

How is Federal Government composed?

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Question 107:

What are the tasks of the Federal Government?

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Question 108:

How does the formation of government work?

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Question 109:

Which rules about practice of the government can be found in the basic law.

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Question 110:

How can the Bundestag drop a Federal Minister?

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Question 111:

What does the department principle mean?

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Question 112:

How does the constructional vote of no confidence work? Why does this procedure exist?

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Question 113:

What is the sense of the question of confidence?

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Question 114:

Who expresses whom the confidence with the question of confidence?

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Question 115:

Where does the Federal Constitutional Court has its domicile?

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Question 116:

Which are the tasks of the Federal Constitutional Court?

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Question 117:

Why is the Federal Constitutional Court called "Guard of the constitution"

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Question 118:

How do the judges of the Federal Constitutional Court come into their office? Which personal conditions must they have?

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Question 119:

How long is the term of office of the judges of the Federal Constitutional Court?

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Question 120:

Which kinds of complaint there are at the Federal Constitutional Court?

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Question 121:

What is an organ controversy?

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Question 122:

What is concrete standard control?

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Question 123:

What are the tasks of parties?

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