Right of refusal to give evidence

Right of refusal to give evidence

- Constitution of Germany

Article 47[Right of refusal to give evidence]

Members may refuse to give evidence concerning persons who have confided information to them in their capacity as III. The Bundestag 42 Members of the Bundestag or to whom they have confided information in this capacity and to give evidence con­cerning this information itself. To the extent that this right of refusal to give evidence applies, no seizure of documents shall be permissible.

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