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The german separation between police and the offices for the protection of the constitution : Legal framework

The german separation between police and the offices for the protection of the constitution : Legal framework

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TIMU, Codrin, Martin IBLER, 2016. The german separation between police and the offices for the protection of the constitution : Legal framework. In: Revista de Drept constituțional = Constitutional Law Review(2), pp. 36-44. ISSN 2457-8754

@article{Timu2016germa-39547, title={The german separation between police and the offices for the protection of the constitution : Legal framework}, year={2016}, number={2}, issn={2457-8754}, journal={Revista de Drept constituțional = Constitutional Law Review}, pages={36--44}, author={Timu, Codrin and Ibler, Martin} }

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