Denmark (Danish: Danmark) is a country in northern Europe working for its independence and original territory. The country was annexed by Sweden on April 23, 2008. Denmark was re-established on January 14, 2009 with the liberation of the regions Hovedstaden and Sjaelland. Denmark borders Sweden, Germany, United Kingdom and Norway. English is the most common spoken language in Denmark, which is mainly because of the small amount of real Danes present. The capital region is Hovedstaden.
For the main article, please see: History of Denmark.
The original territory of Denmark is composed of several regions:
Sjaelland, Hovedstaden (occupied by ), Syddanmark (occupied by ), Midtjylland (occupied by ), and Nordjylland (occupied by ).
Its current territories are listed below:
The Danish economy is very small, but also very strong. Denmark is looking to become a country that produces high quality products and sends them overseas.
The currency of Denmark is the Danish Krone (DKK).
Country Trading Embargoes
Denmark has country trading embargoes with the following countries:
- Last update: 16 May 2012
External Forums and IRC
Denmark was greatly dominated by the Weberian Bureaucracy Party in the early days. Before the Swedish invasion, the nation was ruled by Grev Per, the most powerful and knowledgeable man in the Danish political world. After Grev Per, A. Holst from the Weberian Bureaucracy Party was elected president, he won the election with a breathtaking 62.75%, but was impeached on the 30th March 2009, just one week before the president election. The impeachment was proposed by HrBjorn, and was accepted with 14 votes for and 2 against. After the impeachment Lerdeif from Dansk Komunist Parti was put in charge as he had the second amount of votes at the presidential election where A. Holst won. Dale Marks succeeded Lerdeif, and went on to be President for the months of June and July 2009. From the 5th of August onwards, Grev Per was elected President again.
|Year and Year||President||Party|
|February 2009||Grev Per||Dansk Folkeparti|
|March 2009||A. Holst||Weberian Bureaucracy Party|
|April 2009||HrBjorn||Weberian Bureaucracy Party|
|May 2009||Lerdeif||Weberian Bureaucracy Party|
|June 2009||Dale Marks||Weberian Bureaucracy Party|
|July 2009||Dale Marks||Weberian Bureaucracy Party|
|August 2009||Grev Per||Danish Liberal Party|
|September 2009||Zeb Jolnas||Dansk Folkeparti|
|October 2009||HoeMarx||Dansk Folkeparti|
|November 2009||HrBjorn||Free T-shirts and Carlsberg|
|December 2009||dragosv||Danish Liberal Party|
|January 2010||BNMaarcher||Free T-shirts and Carlsberg|
|February 2010||crillep||Dansk Folkeparti|
|March 2010||Gustav Andersen||Danish Liberal Party|
|April 2010||drenic||Socialist Party of Denmark|
|May 2010||Vuk iz Sumice||Socialist Party of Denmark|
|June 2010||Rune Larsen|
|August 2010||Coldplayer||Denmark for change|
|September 2010||Mr. Naizugai||Great Two Fish Ovens|
|October 2010||Hurkancs||Great Two Fish Ovens|
|November 2010||Hurkancs||Great Two Fish Ovens|
|Danish Presidential Elections|
NOTE 2: Last president of Denmark before Denmark joined to "Scandinavian Union" was Hurkancs.
The Kingdom of Denmark, or Denmark for short, is one of the oldest monarchy's in the world.
Each month a new king is chosen by the former king. The new king chooses the new nobles of Denmark.
After being PTO'ed by Serbians in 2010, Denmark lost all parties when Sweden attacked Denmark on request from the Danes. In March 2010, two parties were established. Shortly after, the Danish party was taken over by the Serbian PTO'ers but was later taken back under Danish control and is now known as the "Danish Patriot Party" while the Serbian PTO control "Danish People's Party" still exists.
In August 2010, the Great Two Fish Ovens was donated by a Croatian named Hurkancs who had come to Denmark to fight against the Serbian PTO. With the help from Hurkancs the Danes once again secured the Danish congress, taking 17 seats out of 30, getting majority over the Serbian PTO'ers.was once again taken by the Serbian PTO'ers, rendering the Danes unable to control their own candidates for next congressional election. Luckily a new party named
In December 2014, there were only 5 parties on Danish political scene:
|Party||Logo||Orientation||Initials||Members||Congress seats||Party president|
|Center, Libertarian||8 ▼||0(0%)|
|Center, Libertarian||5 ▼||0(0%)||Sasori5|
Constitution of Denmark
For the main article, please see: Den Kongelige Danske Kavalergang Force
|Regions of Denmark|
Current Countries - Conquered Countries