Policing a Socialist Society: The German Democratic Republic

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Basic Law of the Federal Republic of Germany. ( Grundgesetz für die Bundesrepublik Deutschland vom 23. Mai 1949 [BGBI. S. 1; BGGl. III 100--1], geändert dutch das Vierunddreißigste Änderungsgesetz vom 23. August 1976 [BGBl. I S. 2383]).

Law on Assemblies of March 7, 1990 ( Gesetz über Versammlungen vom 7. März 1990 [GBl. I Nr. 17 S. 145]).

Law on the Security and Use of Personal Data of the Former Ministry of State Security/Office for National Security of August 24, 1990 ( Gesetz über die Sicherung und Nutzung der personenbezogenen Daten des ehemaligen Ministeriums für Staatssicherheit/Amtes für Nationale Sicherheit vom 24. August 1990).

Law on the Re-integration into Social Life of Persons Released from Prison ( Gesetz über die Wiedereingliederung der aus dem Strafvollzug entlassenen Bürger in das gesellschaftliche Leben vom 7. April 1977 [GBl I Nr. 10 S. 98]).

Order Regarding the Mission of the Local Councils and Businesses in the Education of Criminally Endangered Citizens ( Verordnung über die Aufgaben der örtlichen Räte und der Betriebe bei der Erziehung kriminell gefärdeter Bürger vom 19. Dezember 1974 [GBl. I 1975 Nr. 6 S. 130] i. d. F. der 2. Verordnung vom 6. Juli 1979 [GBl. I Nr. 21 S. 195]).

Order Regarding the Voluntary Helpers of the German People's Police ( Verordnung über die freiwilligen Heifer der Deutschen Volkspolizei vom 1. April 1982 [GBl. I Nr. 16 S. 343]).

Order regarding the Personal Identification Document of the German Democratic Republic ( Personalausweisordnung vom 23. September 1963 [GBl. II Nr. 88 S. 700] i. d. F. der 3. VO vom 10. August 1978 über die Personalausweise der DDR [GBl. I Nr. 31 S. 343: GBl. I Nr. 31 S. 344]).

Resolution of the Council of Ministers of May 16, 1990: Determinations on the Lifting of the Duty of Silence ( Beschluß des Ministerrates vom 16. Mai 1990: Festlegungen zur Aufhebung der Schweigepfiicht [GBl. I Nr. 27 S. 250]).

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