BVerfGE

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BVerfGEBundesverfassungsgerichtsentscheidung (German)
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The court fears that, without judicial action, democratic legitimacy would be undermined through a political process reshaped by commercially-driven media (eg 57 BVerfGE 295, 1981).
Bundesverfassungsgericht [BVerfG] [Federal Constitutional Court] June 5, 1973, 35 BVerfGE 202, 1973 (Ger.
Decision of Federal Constitutional Court from the 7th of May 2008 BVerfGE 121, 135.
Census Act Case, 65 BVerfGE [Federal Constitutional Court] 1, Dec.
Federal Constitutional Court, Karlsruhe, Life Imprisonment Case, (1977), 45 BVerfGE 187 (Germany), cited in Edward J Eberle, "The German Idea of Freedom" (2008) 10:1 Or Rev Intl L 1 at 13 [Eberle, "Freedom"].
231) Ibid at 356 (translating the Microcensus Case (1969), 27 BVerfGE 1).
27, 1997, l BvL 12/91, BVerfGE 97, 35 (43) (Hamburger Ruhegeldgesetz, part-time workers and pension law), at B.
46) Verbigracia, la sentencia del Tribunal Constitucional Federal de Alemania de 7 de abril de 1965 en el caso AG in Zurich, BVerfGE, vol.
Bundesverfassungsgericht [BVerfG][Federal Constitutional Court] March 31, 1987, 75 BVERFGE 1 (5).
1958) 7 BVerfGE (Decisions of Federal Constitutional Court) 198, 230.
45) (1993) BVerfGE 88 [SecondAbortion Decision], available at http://www.