Publication Of The Letter Of The Three Powers Of 8 June 1990 To Repeal Its Reservations, In Particular In The Approval Letter To The Basic Law By May 12, 1949, In Relation To The Direct Election Of Berlin Representatives To The Bundestag And Their Full...

Original Language Title: Bekanntmachung des Schreibens der Drei M├Ąchte vom 8. Juni 1990 zur Aufhebung ihrer Vorbehalte insbesondere in dem Genehmigungsschreiben zum Grundgesetz vom 12. Mai 1949 in bezug auf die Direktwahl der Berliner Vertreter zum Bundestag und ihr volles S...

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Announcement of the letter of the Three Powers of 8. In particular, in the letter of approval of the Basic Law of 12 June 1990, the Commission adopted a proposal for a resolution on the May 1949 in relation to the direct election of the Berlin representatives to the Bundestag and their full voting rights in the Bundestag and in the Bundesrat

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Date of completion: 12.06.1990

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" Announcement of the letter of the Three Powers of 8. In particular, in the letter of approval of the Basic Law of 12 June 1990, the Commission adopted a proposal for a resolution on the May 1949 in relation to the direct election of the Berlin representatives to the Bundestag and their full voting rights in the Bundestag and in the Bundesrat of the 12. June 1990 (BGBl. I p. 1068) "

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(+ + + Text evidence from: 20. 6.1990 + + +) Unofficial Table of Contents

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The Ambassadors of the French Republic, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America, by letter of 8. In June 1990, the ambassador of France sent the same date to the Federal Chancellor, in particular in the letter of approval of the Basic Law of 12 June 1990, which was published by the German Federal Chancellor. May 1949 in relation to the direct election of the Berlin representatives to the Bundestag and their full voting rights in the Bundestag and the Bundesrat.
The letter will be published below.

The Federal Minister of the Interior

(Translation)
Bonn, den 8. June 1990
Dear Mr. Chancellor,
We would like to inform you that in the light of recent developments in Germany and in the international situation, the Three Western Powers have certain aspects of their reservations about the Basic Law of a
The reservations of the three Western powers with regard to the direct election of the Berlin representatives to the Bundestag and the full voting rights of the representatives of Berlin in the Bundestag and in the Bundesrat, which in particular in the Approval letter of 12 The
attitude of the Allies "," that the bonds between the western sectors of Berlin and the Federal Republic of Germany are maintained and developed, whereby they are maintained and developed, and the Allies ' attitude "
ask you, Mr Chancellor, to take into account the fact that these sectors are not part of the Federal Republic of Germany (constitutive part) and continue to be governed not by the Federal Republic of Germany ", remains unchanged. approve of our excellent high respect.
For the Government of the French Republic
Serge Boidevaix
the United Kingdom government
of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Sir Mallaby
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Vernon A. Walters
His Excellency
Dr. Helmut Kohl
Federal Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany

Bonn, le 8 juin 1990
Monsieur le Chancelier,
Nous souhaitons vous faire savoir que les trois Puissances occidentales ont reexamine certains aspects de leurs reserves a l' egard de la loi fondamentale, a la lumiere des recentes evolutions intervenues en Allemagne et dans la situation internationale.
Les reserves des trois Puissances occidentales, concernant les elections directes au Bundestag et le plein droit de vote des representants de Berlin au Bundestag et au Bundesrat, visees en particulier dans la lettre you 12 mai 1949 approuvant la loi fondamentale, sont desormais levees.
La position des Allies, selon laquelle " les liens entre les secteurs occidentaux de Berlin et la Republique federale d' Allemagne seront maintenus et developpes, compte tenu de ce Que ces secteurs continuent de ne pas etre un element constitutif de la Republique federale d' Allemagne et de n' etre pas gouvernes par elle ", demeure inchangee.
Nous vous prions d' agreer, Monsieur le Chancelier, les assurances de notre tres haute consideration.
Pur le gouvernement de la Republique Francaise:
Serge Boidevaix
Pour le gouvernement du Royaume Unide Grande-Bretagne et d' Irlande du Nord:
Sir Christopher Mallaby
Pour le gouvernement des Etats-Unis d' Amerique:
Vernon A. Walters
Son Excellence
Dr. Helmut Kohl
Chancelier de la Republique federale d' Allemagne