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Demokratie ohne Demokraten? Zur Widerstandsfähigkeit des Grundgesetzes anlässlich seines 75. Geburtstags

In the organizer's words:

Millions of people are taking to the streets for our democracy these days. The silent majority is not staying at home - it is showing up. But is this contribution enough? Demonstrations are not places for balanced discourse. Instead, a democracy needs places where differentiated discussions take place and committed democrats are motivated to get involved. In case of doubt, however, a resilient constitution is also needed. But how resilient is our Basic Law really? Current events have prompted the Institute for German and International Party Law and Party Research (PRUF) at HHU to offer a forum for exchange on the eve of the 75th anniversary of the Basic Law. Prof. Dr. Stefan Marschall, Dr. Heike Merten and Aden Sorge from Heinrich Heine University, as well as Friedrich Zillessen (editor at Verfassungsblog and research associate in the Thuringia project) will speak. The discussion will be moderated by Henning Rasche (Rheinische Post).

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