Party statutes

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Political parties lay down the basic structure of their internal order in a party statute , also called a party statute or statute or statute for short . German parties are obliged to do so under Section 6 of the Political Parties Act.

The main points of the statutes are usually:

  • Name, abbreviation, seat and area of ​​activity of the party
  • Admission of members and their rights and obligations
  • Regulatory measures against members
  • Decision making provisions
  • Development of the party organs and sub-organizations
  • Funding regulations