Constitutional Act of the Kingdom of Denmark - Deepstash

Constitutional Act of the Kingdom of Denmark

Constitutional Act of the Kingdom of Denmark

  • The Kingdom of Denmark is both a monarchy and a democracy. 
  • As a constitutional monarchy, the power of the monarch is limited by the Constitutional Act of the Kingdom of Denmark, which dates back to 1849. The Constitutional Act is the most important piece of legislation in Denmark, and all other laws must comply with it.
  • The Constitutional Act was last amended on June 5, 1952.
  • Not only does the Constitutional Act outline Danish democracy, but it also establishes the rights and duties of individual citizens, such as freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and compulsory military service.

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