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Definition of Rigsdag

Rigsdag
Rigsdag Rigs"dag, n. [Dan. Cf. Reichstag.] See Legislature, Denmark.

Meaning of Rigsdag from wikipedia

- The Rigsdag (Danish: Rigsdagen) was the name of the national legislature of Denmark from 1849 to 1953. The Rigsdag was Denmark's first parliament, and...
- base. After the war ended, October 24, 1867, the Danish parliament, the Rigsdag, ratified a treaty on the sale of two of the islands — St. Thomas and St...
- the Folketing was the lower house of a bicameral parliament, called the Rigsdag; the upper house was the Landsting. It meets in Christiansborg Palace,...
- the dissolution of both the Folketing and the Landsting to allow a new Rigsdag to make the revisions. However, as this was during World War I, no campaigning...
- legislation. The Constitution of 1849 established a bicameral parliament, the Rigsdag, consisting of the Landsting and the Folketing. The most significant change...
- 1816, and with the constitution of 1849, it gained representation in the Rigsdag. During World War II, the Faroe Islands were occupied by the United Kingdom...
- Landstinget was the upper house of the Rigsdag (the parliament of Denmark), from 1849 until 1953, when the bicameral system was abolished in favour of...
- Nørreport (Northern Gate) city gate was abandoned due to opposition from the Rigsdag, Denmark's parliament. In the end, it was decided to replace the old station...
- Rigsdag 1849-1949 bind II - Rigsdagens histore 1866-1949. p. 392. Nohlen & Stöver, p. 537 Rosenkrantz, Palle (1934). Den danske regering og rigsdag 1903-1934...
- of most of the hereditary peers) had considerably more. Until 1953, the Rigsdag in Denmark was divided into two houses, the "Folketing" and "Landsting"...