Basic rights in the German constitution
After the Second World War, Germany was left destroyed and broken.With the assistance of the Western allies, the Germans were able to rebuild their country and then decided to revive its political life by establishing a new constitution that they called the Fundamental law. This later gave birth to the Federal Republic of Germany in 1949. The fundamental law was conceived on a on a purely provisional basis and managed to establish the legal principles of Germany.
Its first part was devoted to the ?basic rights? of its citizens and these were present in twenty articles.
In this paper we ask if the basic rights of the Federal Republic of Germany are values that really ensure the cohesion of the institutions.
Tags - The Fundamental Laws, Federal Republic of Germany