The World from Berlin 'Germany Does Not Have a Valid Voting Law'

Germany's Constitutional Court on Wednesday ruled that the laws governing elections in the country are unconstitutional. The verdict leaves Germany without valid voting laws just over a year before the next scheduled general elections. Commentators say Chancellor Merkel's coalition is at fault.
Germany's Constitutional Court threw out the country's voting law on Wednesday.

Germany's Constitutional Court threw out the country's voting law on Wednesday.

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-- Charles Hawley