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failure of constitutional emergency powers under the German Republic
Frederick Mundell Watkins
Bibliographical note: p. -144.
|Statement||by Frederick Mundell Watkins.|
|Series||Harvard political studies pub. under the direction of the Dept. of government in Harvard university|
|LC Classifications||DD240 .W3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||39025062|
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A state of emergency is a situation in which a government is empowered to perform actions or impose policies that it would normally not be permitted to undertake. A government can declare such a state during a natural disaster, civil unrest, armed conflict, medical pandemic or epidemic or other biosecurity risk.
Such declarations alert citizens to change their normal behavior and orders. Constitution - Constitution - Europe: France, Germany, and Italy, as well as most non-European countries influenced by continental concepts of constitutionalism, have no record of unbroken constitutional fidelity similar to that found in Britain and the U.S.
Because of the highly substantive and ideological content of most French constitutions, the best way to change them has been to replace. Frederick Mundell Watkins, The Failure of Constitutional Emergency Powers under the German Republic (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, ), 12, – CrossRef Google Scholar : Justin DePlato.
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Two German constitutional experts, Pierre Thielbörger and Benedikt Behlert, have argued—quoting one of Germany’s best-known virologists, Christian Drosten—that the coronavirus pandemic is a “slow motion natural catastrophe,” meaning that the federal government is entitled to invoke a supraregional catastrophic state of emergency.
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Holland v Commissioner of the Zimbabwean Republic Police It is the very doctrine that the German chancellor is invoking today in the dying hours of the parliamentary body of the German republic, namely, that because of an emergency, it should grant to the German chancellor absolute power to pass any law, even though the law contradicts the Constitution of the German republic.
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Caldwell. The Weimar Republic failed because it was at the mercy of many different ideas and forces – political and economic, internal and external, structural and short-term. Later, under the ministership of Tellingly, the constitution created an executive presidency with considerable emergency powers.
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This means its death. It is the very doctrine that the German chancellor is invoking today in the dying hours of the parliamentary body of the German republic, namely, that because of an emergency, it should grant to the German chancellor absolute power to pass any law, even though the law contradicts the Constitution of the German republic.The Federal Constitutional Court of Germany can even review and reject constitutional amendments on the grounds that they are contradictory to the rest of the Federal Republic Constitution ("Verfassungswidriges Verfassungsrecht").
This goes beyond even the powers of the Supreme Court of the United States, and the Supreme Court of Canada.