1. It is not acceptable to further apply the unconstitutional provisions, because of the existential significance of basic benefits. The fundamental vital needs of the beneficiaries are to be met at the time when they arise. It is, according to the Federal Government’s statement in Court, and also according to the statement of the Government of Rhineland-Palatinate, not foreseeable when new legislation will be enacted. The Federal Government announced to review the provisions in 2010, but there is no draft bill to the present day. But there is an inevitable need for a uniform, abstract, and general provision (see also BVerfGE 39, 1; 48, 127; 84, 9; 88, 203; 99, 341; 101, 106 <132>; 103, 111; 109, 256), since the minimum existence guaranteed by fundamental rights is otherwise not ensured.