Notice Of The Federal Government's Seat Decision

Original Language Title: Bekanntmachung über die Sitzentscheidung der Bundesregierung

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Federal Government Decision Announcement

Non-official table of contents


Date of expulsion: 22.07.1999

Full quote:

" Announcement of the siting decision of the Federal Government of 22 July 1999 (BGBl. I p. 1725) "


(+ + + Text evidence from: 30. 7.1999 + + +) Non-official table of contents


In accordance with § 9 Nr. 2 of the Berlin/Bonn Act, I make the decision of the Federal Government of the 21. July 1999:
" 1.
According to § 3 (2) of the Berlin/Bonn Act, the Federal Government has the right to complete The German Bundestag, in its plenary session on 1 January 2008, will be voting in favour of Berlin in a timely manner with the decision to complete the decision on the siting of the German Bundestag. In accordance with Section 2 (2) of the Berlin/Bonn Act, it was established that the necessary conditions for the working capacity of the German Bundestag in Berlin were met with effect from 1 July 1999.
The decision of the Federal Government of the Federal Republic of Germany to the Federal Capital of Germany will take effect from the 1st of September 1999. September 1999.
The Federal Government has 11. 1 December 1991 and 3. The division of the Federal Ministries on Berlin and Bonn was established in June 1992 (Bundestag printed matter 12/1832 of 12 June 1992). 31 December 1991, p. 33f., and Bundestag printed matter 12/2850 of 17 December 1991. 31 June 1992, page 35 and 38f.). These provisions shall be determined in so far as the laws, regulations and administrative provisions relate to the seat of an authority.
The Responsibility for the announcement according to § 9 No. 3 Berlin/Bonn-Law will be transferred to the Federal Ministry responsible for the respective institution; in the case of the implementation of the seats, the Federal Government Commissioner for the Berlin parade and the Federal Government will be responsible for the Berlin-relocation and the Bonn-compensation. "
The Federal Chancellor