Does Germany have a federal republic?
Yes. Germany is a federal republic.
Yes, Germany has a federal government. In fact, the official name of Germany is Bundesrepublik Deutschland, which means Federal Republic of Germany. When East and West Germany reunified after the fall of the Berlin Wall, officially what happened was the Federal Republic admitted six new states (the six states of the former East Germany) into the Federal Republic that had previously been only West Germany.
This question makes the incorrect supposition that country of West Germany does not exist anymore. West Germany was the common-person's name for the country officially called the Federal Republic of Germany. When Democratic Republic of Germany (East Germany) collapsed in 1989, the Federal Republic simply absorbed the territory. Since there were no longer two Germanies, people stopped calling the Federal Republic of Germany as "West Germany" and simply as "Germany". However, the government of the…
The Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany) and the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) both were admitted as members of the United Nations on 18 September 1973. With the reunification of Germany, the German Democratic Republic stopped being a member on 3 October 1990, and the unifed Germany continued the membership of the Federal Republic of Germany.