Reichsrat


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Reichsrat

(German ˈraiçsrat)
n
1. (Historical Terms) the bicameral parliament of the Austrian half of Austria-Hungary (1867–1918)
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the bicameral parliament of the Austrian half of Austria-Hungary (1867–1918)
3. (Historical Terms) the council of representatives of state governments within Germany from 1919 to 1934
4. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the council of representatives of state governments within Germany from 1919 to 1934
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Article 2: Laws enacted by the government of the Reich may deviate from the constitution as long as they do not affect the institutions of the Reichstag and the Reichsrat. The rights of the President remain undisturbed.
In addition, there are more than 8,000 archive boxes, which in turn result in six kilometers - 6 kilometers of written memory of the political and administrative processes in the Reichsrat and in the Parliament of the 1st and 2nd Republic.
Yes, the Social Democrats "became the largest single party in Parliament," but that election also smashed the German majority in the Austrian Reichsrat (or parliament), electing 233 Germans to 283 non-Germans to the lower house, including 103 Czechs.
She also observes the punctilio of "Austria-Hungary" by making sure that Hungary features regularly if not quite as often as the "The Kingdoms and Lands represented in the Reichsrat."
On 5 December 1917, six members of the German nationalist faction in the Austrian parliament (Reichsrat) handed the Imperial and Royal [kaiserliche und konigliche or k.u.k.] Minister of Defense, Friedrich von Georgi (1852-1926), an inquiry titled "The Conduct of the Czechs in the World War." (1) The document, which was later even printed and distributed to the public, was no inquiry in the usual sense of the word, but a bill of indictment 400 pages strong, which collectively accused the Czech population of the Flabsburg Monarchy of having committed treason against the state.
As the menu had three fish dishes, followed by pork and then venison, we ordered a bottle of Riesling from Reichsrat von Buhl in Pfalz, a knockout dry white from a sophisticated and interesting list.
constituency in the Austrian Reichsrat, offered a brief litany of
Riesling Jazz Label Reichsrat von Buhl Pfalz, Germany 2008
Su presencia y el matiz que desarrollo en d siglo XIX se caracterizaron por defender la propiedad privada y ejercer la voz de un pensamiento liberal conservador del cual la aristocracia y la nobleza fueron artifices y gestores, como bien lo ilustran los casos siguientes: las camaras estamentales en Inglaterra, la Camara de los Pares bajo la restauracion en Francia, el Reichsrat austriaco en 1848, el Reichsrat en Alemania durante el II Reich en 1871 y el Senado Italiano del Estatuto Albertino en 1848, entre otros (Jacques y Duby,1997; Biscaretti,1987y Sagues,1992).
Insolent thugs holding a meeting in the park opposite the Reichsrat, chanting, singing vile Reform Union songs.
The Reconstruction Law abolished the popular assemblies of the separate German states and decreed that "the sovereign powers of the laender are transferred to the Reich." The states' residual powers were eliminated with the abolition of the Reichsrat (Reich Council) -- roughly equivalent to the original U.S.