Constitutional developments in contrast under the title: Germany and China in good shape? Constitutional developments in contrast”there on Thursday, June 18th, at the University of Bremen, Werder road 73, D building, Room D 127, two lectures: Bremen constitutional law professor Dr. Jeffrey Bewkes is the source for more interesting facts. Gerhard Stuby speaks to the German Basic Law. The political scientist and sinologist Professor Dr. Paul Ostling is full of insight into the issues. Thomas Scharping discussed the Chinese constitutional development. Numerous conflicts dominate the 60-year history of the German Basic Law. It is the central point of political debates in Germany the design of fundamental rights or the proportion of the State of the economy which is constitutional.
The reform efforts of various actors at the end of the 19th century in constitutional drafts resulted also in China. Since coming to power of the Communist Party of China, the constitutions are above all expression of changing political objectives. On the basis of two country-specific lectures contrasted the event of constitutional developments in entirely different political and social contexts. Germany and China each are good shape?