Prime Minister of Denmark
The prime minister of Denmark (Danish: Danmarks statsminister; literally "Minister of the State") is the head of government of the Kingdom of Denmark. The Constitution of 1849 established a constitutional monarchy by limiting the powers of the monarch and creating the office of the prime minister. The inaugural holder of the office was Adam Wilhelm Moltke.
|Minister of the State of the Kingdom of Denmark
since 27 June 2019
His/Her Excellency (diplomatic, outside Denmark)
|Member of||Council of State|
|Seat||Christiansborg, Copenhagen, Denmark|
Based on Appointee's ability to gain majority support in the Folketing
|Term length||No fixed term, up to four years|
|Formation||22 March 1848|
|First holder||Adam Wilhelm Moltke|
|Deputy||Minister of Foreign Affairs|
|Salary||kr. 1,458,000 p.a. ($ 269,830)|
|Website||The Prime Minister's Office|
The appointment of the prime minister is determined by their support in the Folketing (The National Parliament).
The current prime minister of Denmark is Mette Frederiksen.
Living former Prime MinistersEdit
Poul Nyrup Rasmussen
born June 15, 1943
Anders Fogh Rasmussen
born January 26, 1953
born December 14, 1966
Lars Løkke Rasmussen
born May 15, 1964
served 2015–19 &
- ↑ Protocol and Liaison Service Archived 2012-09-27 at the Wayback Machine, United Nations.
- ↑ Statsministeriet (28 November 2016). "State Council Order" (PDF) (in Danish). Retrieved 20 February 2017.
- The Prime Minister's Office (Statsministeriet)
- Official Denmark Constitution, from the Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.