Danish European Communities membership referendum, 1972

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Kingdom of Denmark This article is part of a series on the politics and government of Denmark Constitution Fundamental laws Act of Succession Freedom of Speech Freedom of the Press The Crown Monarch Queen Margrethe II Crown Prince Frederik Royal Family Privy Council Purveyors to the Royal Court Realm Denmark Faroe Islands Government Parliament Greenland Government Parliament Executive Government L. L. Rasmussen II Prime Minister (list) Lars Løkke Rasmussen Government Offices Ministries Legislature Folketinget (parliament) Speaker: Pia Kjærsgaard Members Judiciary Supreme Court Courts of Denmark Court of the Faroe Islands Courts of Greenland Elections Political parties Recent elections Parliamentary: 2015 2011 2007 European: 2014 2009 2004 Referendums Administrative divisions Denmark Regions Municipalities Faroe Islands Subdivisions of the Faroe Islands Greenland Subdivisions of Greenland Foreign policy Foreign relations Arctic policy Diplomatic missions of Denmark in Denmark Politics of the European Union Denmark and the EU Faroe Islands and the EU Greenland and the EU Related topics Arctic Command Defence Command Politics of the Faroe Islands Politics of Greenland Denmark portal Other countries Atlas v t e A referendum on joining the European Economic Community was held in Denmark on 2 October 1972.[1] The result was 63.3% in favour with a turnout of 90.1%.[2] The law that Denmark should be member of the EEC was passed on 11 October 1972, and Denmark became a member on 1 January 1973.[3] Background[edit] According to Article 20, section 2 of the Danish constitution, any law that makes limitations to the sovereignty of the Danish state (as membership of the EEC would) must be passed in the Danish parliament with 5/6 of the parliament's members voting for the law.[4] If a majority of members vote for the law, but not by 5/6 majority, and the government wishes to uphold the suggested law, the law can still be passed in a public referendum, as was the case in the 1972 referendum.[4] Results[edit] Choice Votes % For 1,958,043 63.3 Against 1,135,755 36.7 Invalid/blank votes 19,323 – Total 3,113,121 100 Registered voters/turnout 3,453,763 90.1 Source: Nohlen & Stöver References[edit] ^ Nohlen, D & Stöver, P (2010) Elections in Europe: A d 우리넷


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