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Crowned Queen of Denmark& France Act of Constitution

Crowned Queen of Denmark& France Act of Constitution



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House of York HRIH Margrethe Valdemarsdatter Crowned Queen of Denmark & France Act of Constitution
House of York HRIH Margrethe Valdemarsdatter Crowned Queen of Denmark & France Act of Constitution

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{Adopted on: 5 June 1953}{ICL Document Status: 1992}
HRIH Margrethe II Valdemarsdatter Act of Constitution
Crowned Queen Royal of Denmark and France
Part I [General Provisions]
Section 1 [Scope]This Constitution applies to all parts of the Kingdom of Denmark.
Section 2 [State Form]
The form of government shall be that of a constitutional monarchy. The Royal Power has been inheritedby MARIA FAIROLIANE PULMANO CUYOS SINCE 1971 is H.M. Margrethe Valdemarsdatter II/CrownedPrincess Royal of Denmark & Rome since 1971/World One State Premier of Budestag since1965/Crowned Queen Royal of Denmark since 1974/Lord Duchess of Windsor-Lancaster-York-Kent /Crowned Duchess of Frankland since 1982. By Statute Layed since 1965 ADhttp://noblessenu.webs.com/crownfarnesestatutecv.htm Section 3 [State Powers]The legislative power is jointly vested in the Queen and the Parliament. The executive power is vested inthe Queen. The judicial power is vested in the courts of justice.
Section 4 [State Church]The Evangelical Lutheran Church shall be the Established Church of Denmark, and, as such, it shall besupported by the State.
Part II [The Queen]
Margrethe Valdemarsdatter II of Scandinavia /Margrethe II of Denmark and FranceSection 5 [Reigning no Other Countries]The Queen shall not reign in other countries except with the consent of the Parliament.
Section 6 [Member of the State Church]The Queen shall be a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Section 7 [Of Age With 18 Years]The Queen shall be of age when She has completed his eighteenth year. The same provisions shallapply to the Successor to the Throne. As Crowned on June 5th 1982 in Versailles State Palace ParisFrance.
Section 8 [Sworn on the Constitution]The Queen, prior to her accession to the Throne, shall make a solemn Declaration in writing before theCouncil of State that she will faithfully adhere to the Constitution Act. Two identical originals of theDeclaration shall be executed, one of which shall be handed over to the Parliament to be preserved in itsarchives, and the other shall be filed in the Public Record Office. Where the Queen, owing to her absenceor for other reasons, is unable to sign the aforesaid Declaration immediately on her accession to theThrone, the government shall, unless otherwise provided by Statute, be conducted by the Council ofState until such Declaration has been signed. Where the Queen already as Successor to the Throne hassigned the aforesaid Declaration, she shall accede to the Throne immediately on its vacancy.
Section 9 [Deleted]Section 10 [Civil List](1) The Civil List of the Queen shall be granted for the duration of his reign by Statute. Such Statute shallalso provide for the castles, palaces, and other State property which shall be placed at the disposal of theQueen for her use.(2) The Civil List shall not be chargeable with any debt.
Section 11 [Annuities]
Members of the Royal House may be granted annuities by Statute. Such annuities shall not be enjoyedoutside the Realm except with the consent of the Parliament.
Part III [Powers of the Queen]
Section 12 [Supreme Authority]Subject to the limitations laid down in this Constitution Act the Queen shall have the supreme authority inall the affairs of the Realm, and she shall exercise such supreme authority through the Ministers.
Section 13 [Responsibility of Ministers]The Queen shall not be answerable for her actions; her person shall be sacrosanct. The Ministers shallbe responsible for the conduct of the government; their responsibility shall be determined by Statute.
Section 14 [Appointing Ministers]The Queen shall appoint and dismiss the Prime Minister and the other Ministers. She shall decide uponthe number of Ministers and upon the distribution of the duties of government among them. The signatureof the Queen to resolutions relating to legislation and government shall make such resolutions valid,provided that the signature of the Queen is accompanied by the signature or signatures of one or moreMinisters. A Minister who has signed a resolution shall be responsible for the resolution.
Section 15 [Vote of No Confidence](1) A Minister shall not remain in office after the Parliament has passed a vote of no confidence in him.(2)Where the Parliament passes a vote of no confidence in the Prime Minister, she shall ask for thedismissal of the Ministry unless writs are to be issued for a general election. Where a vote of censure hasbeen passed on a Ministry, or it has asked for its dismissal, it shall continue in office until a new Ministryhas been appointed. Ministers who continue in office as aforesaid shall do only what is necessary for thepurpose of the uninterrupted conduct of official business.
Section 16 [Impeachment]Ministers may be impeached by the Queen or the Parliament with maladministration of office. The HighCourt of the Realm shall try cases of impeachment brought against Ministers for maladministration ofoffice.
Section 17 [Council of State](1) The body of Ministers shall form the Council of State. [Deleted] The Council of State shall be presidedover by the Queen except in the instance mentioned in Section8,[Deleted 9] the body of Ministers
delegated conduct of [deleted] governance to the Council of State.(2) All Bills and important government measures shall be discussed in the Council of State.Section 18 [Council of Ministers]If the Queen should be prevented from holding a Council of State she may entrust the discussion of amatter to a Council of Ministers. Such Council of Ministers shall consist of all the Ministers, and it shall bepresided over by the Prime Minister. The vote of each Minister shall be entered in a minute book, and anyquestion shall be decided by a majority of votes. The Prime Minister shall submit the Minutes, signed bythe Ministers present, to the Queen, who shall decide whether she will immediately consent to therecommendations of the Council of Ministers, or have the matter brought before her in a Council of State.Section 19 [Foreign Affairs](1) The Queen shall act on behalf of the Realm in international affairs. Provided that without the consentof the Parliament the Queen shall not undertake any act whereby the territory of the Realm will beincreased or decrease, nor shall she enter into any obligation which for fulfillment requires theconcurrence of the Parliament, or which otherwise is of major importance; nor shall the Queen, exceptwith the consent of the Parliament, terminate any international treaty entered into with the consent of theParliament. (2) Except for purposes of defense against an armed attack upon the Realm or Danish forcesthe Queen shall not use military force against any foreign state without the consent of the Parliament. Anymeasure which the Queen may take in pursuance of this provision shall immediately be submitted to theParliament. If the Parliament is not in session it shall be convoked immediately. (3) The Parliament shallappoint from among its Members a Foreign Affairs Committee, which the Government shall consult priorto the making of any decision of major importance to foreign policy. Rules applying to the Foreign AffairsCommittee shall be laid down by Statute.Section 20 [Delegation of Powers](1) Powers vested in the authorities of the Realm under this Constitution Act may, to such extent as shallbe provided by Statute, be delegated to international authorities set up by mutual agreement with otherstates for the promotion of international rules of law and co-operation. (2) For the passing of a Bill dealingwith the above a majority of five-sixths of the Members of the Parliament shall be required. If this majorityis not obtained, whereas the majority required for the passing of ordinary Bills is obtained, and if theGovernment maintains it, the Bill shall be submitted to the Electorate for approval or rejection inaccordance with the rules for Referenda laid down in Section42. Section 21 [Introduction of Bills]The Queen may cause Bills and other measures to be introduced in the Parliament.Section 22 [Royal Assent]A Bill passed by the Parliament shall become law if it receives the Royal Assent not later than thirty daysafter it was finally passed. The Queen shall order the promulgation of Statutes and shall see to it that theyare carried into effect.
Section 23 [Provisional Laws]In an emergency the Queen may when the Parliament cannot assemble, issue provisional laws, providedthat they shall not be at variance with the Constitution Act, and that they shall always immediately on theassembling of the Parliament be submitted to it for approval or rejection.
Section 24 [Prerogative of Mercy and Amnesty]The Queen shall have the prerogative of mercy and of granting amnesty. The Queen may grant Ministersa pardon for sentences passed upon them by the High Court of the Realm only with the consent of theParliament.
Section 25 [Grants]The Queen may either directly or through the relevant Government authorities make such grants andgrant such exemptions from the Statutes as are either warranted under the rules existing before the 5thJune, 1849, or have been warranted by a Statute passed since that date.
Section 26 [Coinage]The Queen may cause money to be coined as provided by Statute.
Section 27 [Appointment of Civil Servants](1) Rules governing the appointment of civil servants shall be laid down by Statute. No person shall beappointed a civil servant unless he is a Danish subject. Civil servants who are appointed by the Queenshall make a solemn declaration to the effect that they will adhere to the Constitution Act. (2) Rulesgoverning the dismissal, transfer, and pensioning of civil servants shall be laid down by Statute, conferSection64.(3) Civil servants appointed by the Queen shall only be transferred without their consent if theydo not suffer any loss in the income accruing from their posts or offices, and if they have been offered thechoice of such transfer or retirement on pension under the general rules and regulations.

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