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Germany's top court: foreign terror suspects deportation is constitutional
28 July 2017In a decision published on Thursday, the Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe said it saw no problem with the deportation of non-German citizens thought to pose at…
Op-ed: Will introduction of same-sex marriage require amendment of Germany's Constitution?
11 July 2017A vote was not necessary in the upper house of Germany's parliament, the Bundesrat, on Friday, because no state challenged the draft legislation. The original p…
Germany's lower house approves gay marriage, despite Merkel voting against
30 June 2017The matter of gay marriage was fast-tracked after Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday that politicians could take up the issue as a ‘question of conscience’…
Germany's parliament changes constitution cancelling government funding for non-democratic parties
23 June 2017A majority of 502 of 579 delegates in the German Bundestag voted Thursday in favor of amending the country's constitution to deprive anti-democratic political p…