German Federal Constitutional court has rejected suits to block Germany from participating in euro zone bailouts as news reports said, where academics and politicians seek to prevent the country from raising bailouts from other countries within the zone as they claimed that German participation in bailouts undermines the parliament's budgetary rights and contradicts the democratic representation along with the protection of property.

The decision also allowed Germany to participate in the second bailout package for Greece, the establishment of the European Financial Stability Facility and finally the euro zone aid funds.

The court decision was final; however future bailouts should required parliament approvals as the proposal should go for lawmakers for a vote of confidence, while the court decision came to ease jitters and rising concerns that Greece could fail to get the second bailout package, however, Greec should start applying further austerity measures to acquire the funds as the German finance minister said.