1, in Maunz, Durig and Herzog, Grundgesetz Kommentar, CHBeck, Munchen, 1976, p.
What does GG stand for?
GG stands for Grundgesetz (German constitution)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 26 other meanings of GG in our Acronym Attic
- Great Genius
- Great Goddess
- Great Grandad
- Great Grandma
- Great Gross (Old English for 12 gross)
- Green Gas
- Grenadier Guards
- Grill/Griddle (restaurant term)
- Grim Grotto (Lemony Snicket)
- Grupului de Gen (Romanian: Gender Task Force)
- Guar Gum (polymer)
- Guernsey (country code, top level domain)
- Guilty Gear (game)
- Gule Grønnsaker
- Gun Game (Counter-Strike: Source map type mod)
- Gungrave (anime)
- Guru Gathering
- Gutton Glock (Austrian gun manufacturer)
- Good Governance and Public Administrative Reform Programme
Samples in periodicals archive:
GRUNDGESETZ FUR DIE BUNDESREBUBLIK DEUTSCHLAND [GRUNDGESETZ] [GG] [Basic Law], May 23, 1949, BGBL.
Dreier, Grundgesetz (Second Edition 2004) Art 79 Abs 2 at 11; Grimm, 'Verfassungsfunktion und Grundgesetzreform' 97 Archiv des offentlichen Rechts 489 (505).
See Grundgesetz fur Die Bundesrepublik Deutschland [Grundgesetz] [GG] [Basic Law], May 23, 1949, BGBl.
GRUNDGESETZ FOR DIE BUNDESREPUBLIK DEUTSCHLAND [GRUNDGESETZ] [GG] [BASIC LAW] art.
Yet, as profit-oriented security businesses continually expand their scope of action, it becomes increasingly difficult to pass article 33, paragraph 4 of the Grundgesetz (the Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany, or Constitution), which states that "the exercise of sovereign authority on a regular basis shall, as a rule, be entrusted to members of the public service who stand in a relationship of service and loyalty defined by public law.
 Grundgesetz fur die Bundesrepublik Deutschland [GG] [Basic Law] May 23, 1949, Bundesgesetzblatt, Teil I [BGBl.