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Greece, the Euro, and the FCC

The German Federal Constitutional Court (FCC) has denied an application for a temporary injunction to stop Germany’s contribution to the aid package for Greece (German decision here, English press release here). The challenged law authorized the federal government to guarantee loans up to 22.4 billion euros. Another constitutional challenge is in the works, as reported

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Published on May 26, 2010
Author:          Filed under: Claudia Haupt, European Union, Germany, Greece, hp
 
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More on Constitutional Concerns regarding EU Data Retention Directive

Readers will likely recall that the German Federal Constitutional Court earlier this month held unconstitutional a German law requiring the retention of certain telecommunication data (German decision here, German press reports in English here and here). The law that was invalidated transposed Directive 2006/24/EC, passed largely in response to the Madrid and London bombings, into

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