L’Allemagne réaffirme sa souveraineté contre l’Union Européenne

The judges of the German constitutional court (L-R) Peter M. Huber, chairman Andreas Voßkuhle and Doris König sit on May 5, 2020 at the Constitutional court in Karlsruhe, as they give out their ruling that the European Central Bank must clarify a key bond-buying scheme to support the eurozone economy is "proportionate" or else Germany's Bundesbank central bank may no longer participate. - The Bundesbank will be barred from participating in the "quantitative easing" (QE) asset purchase programme in three months' time "unless the ECB Governing Council adopts a new decision that demonstrates in a comprehensible and substantiated manner that the monetary policy objectives pursued by the ECB are not disproportionate," the court said in a statement. (Photo by Sebastian Gollnow / POOL / AFP) (Photo by SEBASTIAN GOLLNOW/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

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