Transfer of sovereign powers

Transfer of sovereign powers

- Constitution of Germany

Article 24 [Transfer of sovereign powers – System of collective security]

(1) The Federation may, by a law, transfer sovereign powers to international organisations.

(1a) Insofar as the Länder are competent to exercise state powers and to perform state functions, they may, with the consent of the Federal Government, transfer sovereign powers to transfrontier institutions in neighbouring regions.

(2) With a view to maintaining peace, the Federation may enter into a system of mutual collective security; in doing so it shall consent to such limitations upon its sovereign powers as will bring about and secure a lasting peace in Europe and among the nations of the world.

(3) For the settlement of disputes between states, the Feder­ation shall accede to agreements providing for general, comprehensive and compulsory international arbitration.


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