"We're so lucky" a drama in 2 acts

Act One:
small court room in a fictional rural village
Plaintiff: He stole my car.
Defendant: Yes, I stole his car. It's a nice car.
Judge: In the name of the people the court issues the following judgement: The defendant is found guilty of car theft. However, he likes the car and since he hasn't complaint about the car, he can keep it. The plaintiff has to bear the expenses of the trial, and has to gas-up his the defendants car. An appeal against the decision is impossible.

Act Two:
Federal Constitutional Court of a Western European country
Judge: The election of the Federal Parliament (hence, the government) in 2005 was carried out in some states in a way that is clearly against the Federal Constitution. However, the poll is still valid, and all dangerous and evil laws made by the parliament will stay valid.

While act one was pure fiction and its absurdity is quite obvious, act two's absurdity is reality in Germany a country that better remains anonymous.