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The death penalty is not abolished yet: Hessen votes on constitutional changes

The voters can reject the Changes in the Whole, or accept, for individual points but also to make different decisions. state elections in Hesse: All the info i

The death penalty is not abolished yet: Hessen votes on constitutional changes

The voters can reject the Changes in the Whole, or accept, for individual points but also to make different decisions. state elections in Hesse: All the info i

Steve King
Steve King
28 October 2018 Sunday 12:17
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The death penalty is not abolished yet: Hessen votes on constitutional changes

The voters can reject the Changes in the Whole, or accept, for individual points but also to make different decisions.

state elections in Hesse: All the info in the News Ticker of FOCUS Online

The count will take time, on Sunday evening, it is expected, therefore, with at most one intermediate result. The land returning officer believes that the result is available on Monday evening or on Tuesday.

the death penalty should be abolished officially

in 1946, which came into force Hessian Constitution is the oldest in Germany. Among other things, it still contains the death penalty, which is set by the basic law but. This Passage should be deleted, in the case of the other modification proposals, among others, to the promotion of volunteering, the equality of man and woman, as well as the strengthening of children's rights.

In the jmü/dpa
Updated: 28.10.2018 12:17
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