Germany’s top court said that parliament’s approval of laws addressing the euro crisis is “to be respected,” though a decision on their legality won’t be easy, as it began to hear complaints on legislation.
The Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe opened a hearing today on whether to put the country’s approval of the euro’s permanent bailout fund and its fiscal treaty on hold until it makes a...
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