Finland was established as a constitutional democracy one hundred years ago. To celebrate this, Wednesday 17 July has been designated as a national flag day.
The Finnish Parliament adopted the Constitution Act of Finland in June 1919, and it was confirmed by the Regent of Finland Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim on 17 July 1919.
Further provisions, relating to firearms, issued on rendering loading devices permanently inoperable and restricting their capacity
The Ministry for internal security and migration
Finland’s Presidency of the Council of the EU »
Finland holds the presidency of the Council of the European Union from the beginning of July until the end of December 2019.Finland holds the presidency of the Council of the European Union from the beginning of July until the end of December 2019.
Voluntary and forced return »
Under certain conditions, Finland may assist voluntary return to the home country.
Violent radicalisation »
Violent radicalisation refers to justifying violence based on one's own view of the world, or on ideological grounds.
Finnish flag days »
Finland has official flag days and national flag days designated in the calendar. The flag may be flown on other days as well.