Canada police action in the Bundestag was unconstitutional

12:25  30 june  2020
12:25  30 june  2020 Source:   rp-online.de

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The study examined more than 1,000 shootings in 10 major police departments, in Texas, Florida and California. The result contradicts the image of police ( In the later year, a judge ruled that the tactic as employed then was unconstitutional .) That gap, adjusted for suspect behavior and other factors

I think when the British government criticise Hong Kong police , criticise the Hong Kong government in handling the situation, they are interfering into China’s internal affairs. This was probably the most surreal thing I have ever witnessed in the Hong Kong protests.

Berlin. The intrusion of police officers into the office of the left Bundestag member Michel Brandt in September 2018 was unconstitutional. Brandt had hung Kurdish symbols on the office windows during a visit to Erdogan. These have been removed.

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The Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe decided this with a decision published on Tuesday, June 9th. The President of the German Bundestag, Wolfgang Schäuble (CDU), violated the right of the MP under Article 38 of the Basic Law. (2 BvE 2/19)

Large prints of a Kurdistan flag and a pennant of the Kurdish defense units YPG were hanging on Brandt's office windows during a visit by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan A4. Brandt was not in the office, police officers entered with a central key and removed the printouts. The Bundestag administration also justified the intrusion by saying that Erdogan supporters were provoked by the posters and could have carried out actions against the Bundestag.

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- Police officers who either take the life of a citizen or fail to prevent the death of a citizen can be held liable for wrongful death - Court held that certain state fleeing-felon laws were unconstitutional . - Police officer must have "intended" to engage in the conduct that lead to the damage or injury.

The action that would be a constitutional violation of rights is if authorities refuse to give a demonstration permit to a group that wants to The United States Constitution grants the right of free speech and public demonstration if it's in a peaceful way Although the motive can be questionable, in

The constitutional judges see the police's actions at the German Bundestag as an encroachment on the constitutionally protected MEP status. "This intervention is not justified." The procedure was not proportionate in the narrow sense. "In the specific case, the indications of a dangerous situation were weak." In addition, it was not evident that the posters were noticed by passers-by or that they were used to attack the parliament building or the employees. There was also no attempt to reach the MP, said the Second Senate.

Article 38 of the Basic Law ensures that MPs have the right to use the rooms assigned to them without interference from third parties.

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