Minister of Justice Brigitte Zypries of Germany

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Bundestag (Federal Parliament) since 18 October 2005.
Zypries said that she wants the EU 27 member states to adopt the proposed legislation "as soon as possible.
Minister Zypries said last week that the new Italian government of Prime Minister Romano Prodi has dropped its opposition.
Denial of the Holocaust is an example of what would be punishable by law if standardization took place," Zypries said at a press conference to present the German government’s programme on justice matters for the next six months.
Zypries said she would undertake efforts in the coming months to see if it was possible to link up the police databases of other EU members.
Minister Brigitte Zypries said in a weekend newspaper interview.
Zypries said of the proposed draft law.
The proposal from Justice Minister Brigitte Zypries came as Germany considers how to tighten anti-terror laws following the Sept 4 arrest of three alleged Islamic radicals accused of plotting car bombings in the country.
German Justice Minister Brigitte Zypries has introduced a legal proposal that would make it possible to punish people for visiting terrorist training camps -- provided it can be proven they intend to subsequently carry out a terrorist attack.
Precisely for this reason Zypries is wrong when she calls the "recourse to religion" a "nostalgia for the order of yesterday" that offered "no answers to today's questions.
Zypries has presented her theses first on 12 December 2006 in the 5.
Hailing the EU trademark system as a success story, Zypries said that the agency handled enough registrations that lower fee revenues would not hamper its work, noting that 77,500 trademarks were registered last year alone.
Berlin - Attending a terrorist training camp should be punished with up to 10 years in prison, German Justice Minister Brigitte Zypries said on presenting an outline for new legislation in Berlin Tuesday.
Zypries said she hoped to target "acts of preparation ahead of terrorist acts of violence.
On the question of the radicalization of Muslim converts -- homegrown terrorism remains the subject of intense debate in Germany -- Justice Minister Brigitte Zypries said she was relying on Muslims to report signs of radicalism to the authorities.
Justice Minister Brigitte Zypries says Germany is waiting to see what comes out of their investigations.
German Justice Minister Brigitte Zypries said the EU ministers "agreed we would remain in contact" with their Dutch counterpart Ernst Hirsch Ballin over the issue.
Speaking later to reporters, Zypries said her ministry only learned of the case in June 2004.
In an interview published today by the Braunschweiger Zeitung newspaper, Zypries said the government will only delete clauses in the law which the EU Court of Justice deemed as illegal.
Zypries said the government will comply with the court's decision to scrap the clause that grants the state the right to have seats on the supervisory board.
And when asked why there is a special law governing Volkswagen alone, Zypries said the law was passed as a 'historical compromise' amongst all parties concerned and therefore 'cannot be compared with other companies.
Zypries said that people who download movies before their official release date are clearly breaking the law.
Holocaust Memorial Museum, German Justice Minister Brigitte Zypries said her country would work with the United States to assure the opening of the archives held in the German town of Bad Arolsen and allow historians and survivors access to some 30 million to 50 million documents.
But in a meeting Tuesday with Sara Bloomfield, director of the museum, Zypries said Germany had changed its position and would immediately seek revision of an 11-nation accord governing the archives.