German Court Says Parliament’s Approval to ‘Be Respected’Patrick Donahue and Tony Czuczka
Germany’s top court said a decision on whether to suspend legislation for the euro bloc’s permanent bailout fund and fiscal treaty could take months rather than weeks due to the complexity of the ruling.
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