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United States. Office of the US High Commissioner for Germany / Germany's parliament in action; the September 1949 debate on the government's statement of policy
([1950])

Chart of governmental structure of the German Federal Republic, (election and appointment of federal organs),   pp. [unnumbered]-11 PDF (142.4 KB)



ELECTION AND APPOINTMENT OF FEDERAL ORGANS
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LAND GOVERNMENTS
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FEDERAL PARLIAMENT
Voters in eleven Lander elect Representatives for their Land
Parliaments and the Federal Parliament. The Land Parliaments
elect the Land Government or Minister President, and every
five years 402 delegates for the Federal Convention. 402
Federal Parliament Representatives join the Land delegates
to elect the Federal President, who, on his part, proposes the
Chancellor to be elected by the Federal Parliament.
The Basic Law provides that half of the members of the
Federal Constitutional Court shall be elected by the Federal
Parliament, half by the Federal Council.
The Land Governments appoint the Federal Council members.
The Federal President appoints and dismisses the Ministers
upon proposal of the Federal Chancellor.
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