Right of state employees to stand for election

Right of state employees to stand for election

- Constitution of Germany

Article 137[Right of state employees to stand for election]

(1) The right of civil servants, other salaried public employees, professional or volunteer members of the Armed Forces and judges to stand for election in the Federation, in the Länder or in the municipalities may be restricted by a law.

(2) The election of the first Bundestag, of the first Federal Convention and of the first Federal President shall be governed by an electoral law to be enacted by the Parlia­mentary Council.

(3) Until the Federal Constitutional Court is established, its authority under paragraph (2) of Article 41 shall be exercised by the German High Court for the Combined Economic Area, which shall make determinations in accordance with its procedural rules.

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