Constitution Day is a holiday to honor the constitution of a country. Constitution Day is often celebrated on the anniversary of the signing, promulgation or adoption of the constitution, or in some cases, to commemorate the change to constitutional monarchy.(This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.)

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  • Constitution Day is a holiday to honor the constitution of a country. Constitution Day is often celebrated on the anniversary of the signing, promulgation or adoption of the constitution, or in some cases, to commemorate the change to constitutional monarchy.(This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.) * Abkhazia, November 26 (1994). See Constitution of Abkhazia. * Andorra, March 14 (1993). Known locally as Dia de la Constitució. See Constitution of Andorra. * Argentina, May 1 (1853). See Constitution of Argentina. Not a public holiday. * Armenia, July 5 (1995). See Constitution of Armenia. * Australia, July 9 (1900). See Constitution of Australia. Not a public holiday. * Azerbaijan, November 12 (1995). See Constitution of Azerbaijan. Not a public holiday. * Belarus, March 15 (1994). Known locally as Dzień Kanstytucyji. See Constitution of Belarus. * Belgium, July 21 (1890). Known locally as Nationale feestdag van België (in Dutch) and Fête nationale belge (in French). * Day of the Flemish Community, July 11 (Flemish community only). Known locally as Feestdag van Vlaanderen. * French Community Holiday, September 27 (French-speaking community only). Known locally as Fête de la Communauté française. * , third Sunday of September (Walloon Region only). * Day of the German-speaking Community of Belgium, November 15 (German-speaking community only). Known locally as Feiertag der Deutschsprachigen Gemeinschaft. * Brazil, November 15 (1889). Known in Brazil as Dia da Proclamação da República (Republic Day). See Constitution of Brazil. Public holiday. * Cambodia, September 24 (1993). See Cambodia Constituent Assembly. * Canada Day, July 1 (1867). Also known as Fête du Canada (in French). See Constitution of Canada. * China: * Mainland China, December 4 (1982). See Constitution of the People's Republic of China. * Taiwan Area, December 25 (1947). See Constitution of the Republic of China. Not a public holiday. * Cook Islands, August 4 (1965). Known locally as Te Maeva Nui Celebrations. See Politics of the Cook Islands. * Denmark, June 5 (1849, 1953). Known locally as Grundlovsdag. See Constitution of Denmark. * Dominican Republic, November 6 (1844). See History of the Dominican Republic. * Ethiopia, July 16 (1931). See 1931 Constitution of Ethiopia. * Faroe Islands, June 5 (1849, 1953). Known locally as Grundlovsdag. See Constitution of Denmark. * , May 10 (1979). * Fiji, September 7 (2013). First observed in 2016. See 2013 Constitution of Fiji. * Finland, July 17 (1919). The first Constitution of Finland, Constitution Act was enacted at that day and Finland became definitively a republic. Not a public holiday like the national day of Finland, Independence Day, December 6 (1917). * Germany, May 23 (1949). See Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany and German Unity Day. Not a public holiday. * Ghana, January 7 (2019). See Constitution of Ghana. * India, November 26 (1949). Indian Constitution was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on 26 November. Celebrated all over India. Known locally as Samvidhan Divas. Not a public holiday. * Indonesia, August 18 (1945). See Constitution of Indonesia. Not a public holiday. * Ireland, December 29 (1937). See Constitution of Ireland. Not a public holiday. * Italy, January 1 (1948). See Constitution of Italy. * Japan, May 3 (1947). See Constitution of Japan. * Kazakhstan, August 30 (1995). See Constitution of Kazakhstan. * Korea: * North Korea, December 27 (1972). See Constitution of North Korea. * South Korea, July 17 (1948). See Constitution of South Korea. * , May 5 (1993). See Constitution of Kyrgyzstan. * Latvia, May 1 (1920). Day of Inauguration of the Constitutional Assembly of Latvia. See Constitution of Latvia. * Lithuania, October 25 (1992). See Constitution of Lithuania. * Marshall Islands, May 1 (1979). See Compact of Free Association. * , December 22 (1932). * Mexico, February 5 (1917). Known locally as Día de la Constitución. See Constitution of Mexico. Public holiday for Constitution Day is first Monday of February. * Mongolia, January 13 (1924). See Constitution of Mongolia. * Netherlands, December 15 (1954). Known locally as Koninkrijksdag. See Constitution of the Netherlands. Not a public holiday. * , October 19 (1974). See Niue Constitution Act. * Norway, May 17 (1814). Known locally as Syttande mai. See Constitution of Norway. * Pakistan, March 23 (1973). See Constitution of Pakistan. * Palau, July 9 (1980). See Constitution of Palau. * Philippines, February 2 (1987). See the 1987 Constitution. Known locally as Araw ng Saligang Batas (in Filipino). First observed in 2002. * Poland, May 3 (1791). Known locally as Święto Konstytucji 3 Maja. See Constitution of 3 May 1791. * Puerto Rico, July 25 (1952). Known locally as Día de la Constitución del Estado Libre Asociado. Also commemorated as Occupation Day (1898). See Constitution of Puerto Rico. * Romania, December 8 (1991). See Constitution of Romania. Not a public holiday. * Russia, December 12 (1993). Has been a working holiday since 2005. See Constitution of Russia. * Serbia, February 15 (1835). Known locally as Dan državnosti. See Constitution of Serbia. * Slovakia, September 1 (1992). Known locally as Deň Ústavy Slovenskej republiky. See Constitution of the Slovak Republic. * Spain, December 6 (1978). Known locally as Día de la Constitución. See Constitution of Spain. * Sweden, June 6 (1809, 1974). Known locally as Sveriges nationaldag. Also known as the Day of the Swedish flag. See Basic Laws of Sweden. * , September 12 (1848). Adoption of the 1st Federal Constitution. See Swiss Federal Constitution. Not a public holiday. * , November 6 (1994). See Constitution of Tajikistan. Not a public holiday. * Thailand, December 10 (1932). Known locally as Wan Ratthathammanun. See Constitution of Thailand. * , August 30 (1976). * Ukraine, June 28 (1996). See Constitution of Ukraine. * United States, September 17 (1787). See United States Constitution. Not a public holiday. * Uruguay, July 18 (1830). Known locally as Jura de la Constitución (de la República Oriental del Uruguay). See Constitution of Uruguay. * Uzbekistan, December 8 (1992). Known locally as Konstitutsiya Kuni (in Uzbek). See Constitution of Uzbekistan. * Vanuatu, October 5 (1979). See Constitution of Vanuatu. (en)
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