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#341

I don't think the law system will change a lot. Firstly, I guess most of the "continental countries" have a similar system. The biggest difference is with some Anglo-Saxon countries which use Common Law. Secondly, a lot of the law already comes from Bruxelles. I heard it's circa 60%. They were also a projet of european BGB/CC. So, I don't think it's the biggest problem. For sure, it won't be easy, but it's possible. 

Yes it would change. There are some things in the french or italian law for example (don't know how they're called in english) that doesn't really exist in german law. And we have the Abstraktionsprinzip for example, other law systems don't, although they don't have the common law. And so on. There are really a lot of differences.

 

 

By the way, there's nothing "wrong" with Alternativ für Deutschland. Even if I don't share their ideas, I respect people who support it. It's not like I was referring to the NPD ... Don't take offense for that : I'm sorry if you did.

I also don't share their ideas.

 

Tbh I really look up to Merkel because I'm sure a lot of people told her "oh that's not for girls" when she was young.

But she believed in herself and studied physics and became the chancellor.

But of course I just don't agree with everything she does, for example this idea with the United States of Europe.

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#342

Yes it would change. There are some things in the french or italian law for example (don't know how they're called in english) that doesn't really exist in german law. And we have the Abstraktionsprinzip for example, other law systems don't, although they don't have the common law. And so on. There are really a lot of differences.

 

 

I also don't share their ideas.

 

Tbh I really look up to Merkel because I'm sure a lot of people told her "oh that's not for girls" when she was young.

But she believed in herself and studied physics and became the chancellor.

But of course I just don't agree with everything she does, for example this idea with the United States of Europe.

The states could have different laws and same laws.

But a united europe would have one economy,currency,president,sport team,music market.

All of these things would be the strongest in the whole world.


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#343

Yes it would change. There are some things in the french or italian law for example (don't know how they're called in english) that doesn't really exist in german law. And we have the Abstraktionsprinzip for example, other law systems don't, although they don't have the common law. And so on. There are really a lot of differences.

 
I'd like to study german Law.   :giveup:
 
I didn't know it was that large. Do different states from a federation have the same laws ? I think we can conserve the national systems even if we want to evolve to a federal state. In the United States, it's what's happening, right ?
 

I also don't share their ideas.
 
Tbh I really look up to Merkel because I'm sure a lot of people told her "oh that's not for girls" when she was young.
But she believed in herself and studied physics and became the chancellor.
But of course I just don't agree with everything she does, for example this idea with the United States of Europe.

 
:clap: I have the same opinion.

 

:tea:
You only say the truth  :eek:

 

If only ...  :shy:   :hug:


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#344

All I know is that I will leave Germany if we become the United States of Europe.


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#345

New world order?


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#346

New world order?

 

Yup. :oops:


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#347

No and yes.

Languages: South-Europe is still too lazy to learn English for most people, I'd say that everybody learns their own language, English, chose between Spanish and German, chose between Japanese and Chinese.

 

Countries: No, Norway, UK, Schwiss, etc.?

 

Idea: No, I think it's great how it is right now but I think it could work.

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#348

This would never happen. Germany/UK/France ect. know very well that if USE ever come true the people of the poor countries will move straight to theirs. The only thing that's keeping us from you now is the Schengen Agreement tbh. And you kind of hate us anyway, so... :haha:


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#349

This would never happen. Germany/UK/France ect. know very well that if USE ever come true the people of the poor countries will move straight to theirs. The only thing that's keeping us from you now is the Schengen Agreement tbh. And you kind of hate us anyway, so... :haha:

 

Since the most countries are already in the schengen area a lot people immigrate here :P

Are you from Bulgaria or Romania?

It's just a matter of time when those countries are in the Schengen area  :hug:


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#350

Since the most countries are already in the schengen area a lot people immigrate here :P

Are you from Bulgaria or Romania?

It's just a matter of time when those countries are in the Schengen area  :hug:

Yes I'm from Bulgaria. Thanks for the support! :kisses: It's nice to know that not everybody dislikes us. :haha:


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#351

Yes I'm from Bulgaria. Thanks for the support! :kisses: It's nice to know that not everybody dislikes us. :haha:

Nobody dislikes you,just somebody ignorant politicians who stereotyping,but that's it  :ARTPOP:


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#352

I'd hate to put that much power in one person's hands.


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#353

 
I'd like to study german Law.   :giveup:
 
I didn't know it was that large. Do different states from a federation have the same laws ?

Yes and no. There are federal laws, but there are also laws in each state who are different from each other.

Depends on who is allowed to make the law (and that depends on which topic the law is about), you can look it up in Art. 70 ff Grundgesetz (= german constitution).

Sorry for this weird english but I just don't know the english terms for all the special law words :shrug:

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#354

Yes and no. There are federal laws, but there are also laws in each state who are different from each other.

Depends on who is allowed to make the law (and that depends on which topic the law is about), you can look it up in Art. 70 ff Grundgesetz (= german constitution).

Sorry for this weird english but I just don't know the english terms for all the special law words :shrug:

At least I'm not the only one.

But I think I'm more worse. I can't even have a deep discussion here.

Deutsch als Weltsprache wäre schon nicht schlecht. :laughga:


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#355

I can't believe this thread is still going after all this time...


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#356

This is just one of the first steps for world domination (New World Order).

So I don't support the unification of Europe.

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#357

The Euro was a hell of a mistake.

nope,the € was one of the best things that happend to Europe


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#358

NWO tbh

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#359

At least I'm not the only one.

But I think I'm more worse. I can't even have a deep discussion here.

Deutsch als Weltsprache wäre schon nicht schlecht. :laughga:

Yeah same problem here, always different to explain difficult themes when it's not your mother tongue

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