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A picture of Andreas Vosskuhle, a German legal scholar and president of the BVerfG

The German constitutional court’s courageous ruling was necessary

Germany’s Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe made history on May 5, 2020. The justices found that the European Central Bank could have acted outside its remit by purchasing government debt. Accordingly, the court suspended the Bundesbank’s participation in the ECB’s program.

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