Constitutional Day in Denmark commemorates the signing of the Danish constitution in 1849. This document is the main part of the Denmark’s constitution and it established the country as a constitutional monarchy with a representative parliamentary system.
Today, Constitution Day is a celebration of democracy and tradition in Denmark, with many businesses closing early so that people can gather at political rallies or spend the day with their families. The current Constitution of Denmark was signed on June 5 1953. Constitution Day is celebrated every June 5, which coincides with Father's Day in Denmark.
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Referencesdenmark.dk: Danish Facts denmark.dk: Danish Monarchy www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov: UN denmark population data www.norden.org: 2021 Facts about Denmark