Two Aspects of the German Constitution

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Yale Publishing, 1894 - Constitutional law - 39 pages
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Page 4 - And the use of all of these terms, 'treaty', 'agreement', 'compact', show that it was the intention of the framers of the Constitution to...
Page 2 - The presidency of the union belongs to the King of Prussia who, in this capacity, shall be entitled German Emperor.
Page 3 - Chief Executive with a general power to direct and control the administrative acts of subordinate federal officers. Any powers exercised by the President in this area, therefore, must emanate from statutory delegations or the clear implication of a course of legislative action. Consistent...
Page 1 - Bavaria, etc., as far as I know. I say as far as I know, because the meetings of the Federal Council are secret.
Page 1 - The Federal Council consists of the Representatives of the members of the Confederation, amongst whom the votes are divided according to the rules for the full assembly of the late Germanic Confederation, so that Prussia, with the late votes of Hanover...
Page 11 - Diet in the name of the emperor according to the resolutions of the Federal Council".

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