Introduction to the German constitution protection law (Verfassungsschutzrecht)

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TIMU, Codrin, 2017. Introduction to the German constitution protection law (Verfassungsschutzrecht). In: Revista de Drept constituțional(1), pp. 11-17. ISSN 2457-8754

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