In this episode of the series „German politics explained“, I give you details about the German Federal Constitutional Court, about its function and more details.
For those who are interested, I would like to give an overview of German politics and its structures in this series. Normally you learn in other countries at most something about German history, but rarely something about today’s Germany and its political structures.
If you wish for a topic for a future video of the series „German politics explained“, just leave a comment there.
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