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47th (November 11, 2000), 48th (December 19, 2000), 49th (November 26, 2001), 50th (July 26, 2002) and 51st (July 26, 2002) Amendment Acts to the Basic Law of the Federal Republic of Germany (Germany [de])

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Our most recent supplement was published in June 1999. We provided our English translations of the four most recent amendments (43, 44, 45 and 46) to the Basic Law of the Federal Republic of Germany. Since that time, there have been five more amendments: The 47th Amendment modified Article 16, which concerns citizenship. The first sentence remains the same to the effect that, "no German may be deprived of citizenship. The loss of citizenship may only be implemented on the basis of a law and against the will of the affected (person), if such person does not thereby...
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