Contents 1 Legal foundation of municipalities 1.1 Councillors 2 History 3 Municipal Reform of 2007 4 List of municipalities 4.1 1970–2006 5 See also 6 References 7 Footnotes 8 External links


Legal foundation of municipalities[edit] The Constitution of Denmark states: "Article 82. The right of municipalities to manage their own affairs independently, under State supervision, shall be laid down by statute."[3] Councillors[edit] 2,522 municipal councillors (and 205 regional councillors) were elected on Tuesday 15 November 2005 being the first councils elected since the new reform. In 1997 there were 4,685 municipal and 374 county councillors in the then 275 municipalities and 14 counties. As an example of the reduction in the number of councillors, Bornholm then had a total of 122 councillors in five municipalities and one county (15 county councillors). After the merger on 1 January 2003 of the five municipalities and the county, there was one single municipal council with 27 municipal councillors. They will be reduced to 23 from 1 January 2018. After 1 January 2007, when Bornholm Regional Municipality lost its (short-lived;4 years 2003 until 2006) county privileges, there is talk of a reduction to 19 municipal councillors, the guidelines for a municipality with over 20,000 inhabitants being a maximum of 31 and minimum of 19 municipal councillors and the guidelines for a municipality with less than 20,000 inhabitants being a maximum of 31 and minimum of 9 municipal councillors. These guidelines replaced the old guidelines with the council elections in 2005 after the laws initiating the structural reform were passed in parliament. Many newly formed municipalities have chosen to have a maximum number of councillors so that all parts of the new municipalities and the small political parties have a chance of representation in the new councils; Copenhagen Municipality has 55 municipal councillors, and populous municipalities such as Århus and Aalborg have 31 each, and Odense has 29. Council elections are held on the third Tuesday of November every four years. The previous were held on 21 November 2017. The newly formed 5 regional and 66 municipal councils acted as transitional merger committees (sammenlægningsudvalg) in 2006 with the responsibility of arranging the mergers (singular sammenlægning) of the old counties and municipalities into 5 and 66 new entities respectively. The 238 municipal councils and 13 county councils that were to be merged and replaced/abolished just continued their work one extra year beyond the fixed four-year term of office they were elected for (2002–2005) until 2006, and then ceased to exist. 32 municipalities including those of the recently formed Ærø Municipality (which was included in the reform) and Bornholm Regional Municipality (which was not merged as a result of the reform, merger decided locally by voters already 29 May 2001 and made effective from 1 January 2003) remained unchanged and were not merged with other municipalities. Local elections have also been held in uneven years earlier, but immediately before 1 January 1979, when the fiscal year in the public sector was changed from 1 April to 31 March into 1 January to 31 December, local elections were held in March and the elected councillors took their seats the following month, 1 April. Elections were held in even years (a few examples given here): March 1966, March 1970, March 1974, March 1978. Term of office for local politicians elected in 1978 was 1 April 1978 until 31 December 1981. Local elections were held in November 1981 for the 4 year term of office (1 January) 1982- (31 December) 1985. November 1985 local elections were for the following 4 year term of office (1986-1989), etc. The election pages can be accessed from the templates at the bottom of each election page. Number of municipal councillors elected and term of office: Elections November 2005: 2006/07-2009:2,522 Elections November 2009: 2010-2013:2,468 Elections November 2013: 2014-2017:2,444 Elections November 2017: 2018-2021:2,432


History[edit] This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (August 2010) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) See also: Economy of Denmark § Public sector reform Municipalities distributed according to number of inhabitants Inhabitants Number of municipalities Before 1 April 1970 From 1 April 1974 From 1 January 2007 > 150 000 1 4 4 100 000–150 000 3 1 2 40 000–100 000 10 18 50 20 000–40 000 22 25 35 15 000–20 000 13 24 0 10 000–15 000 22 41 3 3 000–10 000 206 160 3 < 3 000 821 2 1 Total 1 098 275 98 Some municipalities in Copenhagen County merged after the municipal reform of 1 April 1970. Sengeløse municipality merged with Høje-Taastrup Municipality, and Store Magleby parish merged with Dragør parish to form the new Dragør Municipality 1 April 1974. The voters of Sengeløse - which was created a municipality 1 April 1970 but only existed until 31 March 1974, being deemed too small in population - and Store Magleby parish were almost exclusively owner-occupiers, who voted center-rightwing in elections for the municipal council, whereas Høje-Taastrup Municipality and Dragør parish consisted of mainly tenants who rented their apartments and who voted center-leftwing, so heated debates took place before the mergers, because the center-rightwing voters in the merged municipalities would be in minority at the elections. Thus the number of municipalities was 277 from 1 April 1970 to 1 April 1974, from that date dropping to 275. This is almost never mentioned, instead only the remarks "since 1970 there was a reduction to 275 municipalities in Denmark" being mentioned[where?], which is obviously not factually precise, since the (date and) year should be (1 April) 1974, exactly four (4) years later. Still, the reform is called "The municipal reform of 1970", because the decisive changes happened 1 April 1970, when 1098 municipalities were reduced to 277. Also on 1 April 1974, Avedøre, which was part of Glostrup Municipality, was conjoined with Hvidovre Municipality. This combination was logical, as Avedøre borders Hvidovre, but is separated from Glostrup. The reform was initiated from 1958 by the Interior Minister Søren Olesen, (1891-1973), a member of the Justice Party of Denmark, and mostly during the 1960s, the number of municipalities was reduced voluntarily from its maximum number of 1345 (with more than 13,000 councillors) - of which 1257 parish municipalities (800 of which had no staff employed except the mayor and treasurer/supervisor of the administration (Danish kæmner - a term last used - until 1996 - in Sindal, today a part of Hjørring Municipality), both employed part-time)[4] and 88, including Copenhagen and Frederiksberg, market city municipalities - in 1965 to the 1098 municipalities (with more than 11,000 councillors) being merged 1 April 1970 to form 277 municipalities. The 275 municipalities existed from 1 April 1974 until 31 December 2002, when the five municipalities on Bornholm merged with the county to form Bornholm regional municipality, in the process abolishing the county and thereby reducing the number of counties to 13. This brought the number of municipalities down to 271 from 1 January 2003. Marstal municipality and Ærøskøbing municipality, both on the island of Ærø, were allowed by the Danish government to merge from 1 January 2006 to form Ærø municipality, thus bringing the number of municipalities down to 270 that were finally reduced by mergers from 1 January 2007 to form 98 municipalities. This merger was part of the 2007 municipal reform, decided in a final agreement after the national election of 2005, and thus it is sometimes mentioned (by politicians[who?]) that "271 municipalities merged from 1 January 2007 to form 98 municipalities", which is obviously wrong. A parliamentary majority (elected in 2001) backing the reform was secured already 24 June 2004 when the Danish People's Party (then 22 seats) said it would support an agreement with the government coalition of Venstre (then 56 seats) and the Conservative People's Party (then 16 seats), thus securing 94 seats (90 needed for a majority in the 179 seat Folketing). The final agreement from 2005 included more parties. Until 1978 the fiscal year from 1 April to 31 March was in use in the public sector since a law was passed in 1849. As a consequence of a law passed by the Folketing in 1976, from 1 January 1979 the fiscal year is concurrent with the calendar year. Many reforms and laws passed prior to 1979 therefore have effect from 1 April.


Municipal Reform of 2007[edit] The Municipal Reform of 2007 is the name given to the agreement of merging many municipalities, as well as abolishing the 13 counties and setting up five regions, which was ratified by the parties Venstre, Conservative People's Party, Danish People's Party, Social Democratic Party and Det Radikale Venstre on 16 June 2005 effective by departmental order (Danish ministeriel bekendtgørelse) 1 July 2005 with almost all the mergers of the municipalities taking place 1 January 2007. The reform replaced the structure of municipalities and counties introduced with the reform of 1970. Since the counties weren't the only structure based on the municipal layout of Denmark, other related changes were necessary as well. Thus, police districts (reduced from 54 to 12), court districts (reduced from 82 to 24), and electoral wards also needed to be updated after the municipal reform.


List of municipalities[edit] Map showing the post-2007 municipalities of Denmark. Error on the map:Vallensbæk Municipality, situated between Brøndby and Ishøj, Region Hovedstaden, is shown as a lake. Main article: List of municipalities of Denmark 1970–2006[edit] Until 31 December 2006 Denmark was divided into 13 counties, and 270 municipalities. Further information: List of municipalities of Denmark (1970–2006)


See also[edit] Referendum on merger of Holstebro and Struer municipalities 3 December 2015 (merger turned down by voters)(Danish) The administrative reform in Estonia 15 October 2017 (Estonian) Municipal reform in Norway (final by 2020)(Norwegian) Regional reform in Norway(Norwegian) Regional health corporation (merged health and hospital regions) (Norwegian) Reform (merger) of police districts 2015 (Norwegian) Center for offentlig kompetenceudvikling


References[edit] (in Danish) Erik Harder: Dansk kommunestyre i grundtræk. 4. udgave. København 1985. Forlaget Kommuneinformation. ISBN 87-7316-211-6. Number of municipalities through the times, etc. (in Danish) Ove Hansen: Sådan styres kommunen. 1. udgave. 1. oplag. 1978. AOF's Forlag og Forlaget Fremad. ISBN 87-7403-131-7. Number of councillors, etc.


Footnotes[edit] ^ Virk.dk Internet portal of the public sector for enterprises ^ Borger.dk Internet portal of the public sector for the citizen ^ wikisource:Constitutional Act of Denmark, 5 June 1953 ^ (Danish) 14.11.06 Behind the scenes of Strukturreformen Retrieved 5.8.16 Archived 2016-08-19 at the Wayback Machine.


External links[edit] (in Danish)Eniro map with 98 named municipalities (in Danish)Printable map of municipalities (Krak) (outline of municipality visible but does not print out) (in Danish)Maps (pdf) of local Government administration 1660-2007.Vælg et årstal:Select a year Ministry of the Interior and Health:Structural reform with report from the Commission on Administrative Structure etc. v t e Municipalities of Denmark List Hovedstaden Albertslund Allerød Ballerup Bornholm Brøndby Copenhagen Dragør Egedal Fredensborg Frederiksberg Frederikssund Furesø Gentofte Gladsaxe Glostrup Gribskov Halsnæs Helsingør Herlev Hillerød Hvidovre Høje-Taastrup Hørsholm Ishøj Lyngby-Taarbæk Rudersdal Rødovre Tårnby Vallensbæk Midtjylland Favrskov Hedensted Herning Holstebro Horsens Ikast-Brande Lemvig Norddjurs Odder Randers Ringkøbing-Skjern Samsø Silkeborg Skanderborg Skive Struer Syddjurs Viborg Aarhus Nordjylland Aalborg Brønderslev Frederikshavn Hjørring Jammerbugt Læsø Mariagerfjord Morsø Rebild Thisted Vesthimmerland Sjælland Faxe Greve Guldborgsund Holbæk Kalundborg Køge Lejre Lolland Næstved Odsherred Ringsted Roskilde Slagelse Solrød Sorø Stevns Vordingborg Syddanmark Aabenraa Ærø Assens Billund Esbjerg Faaborg-Midtfyn Fanø Fredericia Haderslev Kerteminde Kolding Langeland Middelfart Nordfyn Nyborg Odense Svendborg Sønderborg Tønder Varde Vejen Vejle v t e Denmark articles Part of the Kingdom of Denmark History Archaeology Viking Age Kalmar Union Reformation Danevirke Denmark–Norway Danish Empire Colonization of the Americas Golden Age Scandinavian Monetary Union Postal history Skåneland Slesvig-Holsten Duchy of Holstein Duchy of Schleswig World War II Rescue of the Danish Jews Geography Birds Cities Danish straits Extreme points Geography Forests Islands Lakes Mammals Mountains and hills Regions Rivers Politics Administrative divisions Municipalities Current cabinet Constitution Courts Elections Folketing (Danish Parliament) Foreign relations Human rights LGBT rights Law enforcement Monarchy The unity of the Realm Prime Minister Military Political parties Economy OMX Copenhagen 20 2000s property bubble Energy Flexicurity Krone (currency) National Bank Stock Exchange Taxation Communications Tourism Transport Society Danes Demographics Education Immigration Health care Languages Culture Art Architecture Cinema Cuisine Folklore Jante Law Literature Modern Breakthrough Media Music People Photography Prostitution Public holidays Religion Sport Symbols Coat of arms Flag National (civic) anthem Royal anthem Outline Index Category Portal v t e Articles on second-level administrative divisions of European countries Albania Austria Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France1 Georgia2 Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Italy Kazakhstan1 Kosovo3 Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Moldova Montenegro Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia1 Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey1 Ukraine United Kingdom 1 Has part of its territory outside Europe. 2 Partially or entirely in Asia, depending on the definition of the border. 3 Partially recognised. List of administrative divisions by country Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Municipalities_of_Denmark&oldid=827619869" Categories: Municipalities of DenmarkSubdivisions of DenmarkCountry subdivisions in EuropeSecond-level administrative country subdivisionsLAU 1 statistical regions of the European UnionHidden categories: Webarchive template wayback linksWikipedia introduction cleanup from February 2018All pages needing cleanupArticles covered by WikiProject Wikify from February 2018All articles covered by WikiProject WikifyArticles containing Danish-language textArticles needing additional references from August 2010All articles needing additional referencesVague or ambiguous geographic scope from July 2011All articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrasesArticles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases from August 2010Articles with Danish-language external links


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