Constitution of Åland

Åland is a part of Finland and is governed by the Constitution of Finland. The Constitution does mention Åland (§ 25, 58, 75, 120)[1] but immediately refers to the Autonomy Act of Åland.[2] This is an ordinary act. However, its provisions affect constitutional rights.

The Autonomy Act of Åland defines the following:


  1. Suomen perustuslaki 11.6.1999/731.
  2. Ahvenanmaan itsehallintolaki 16.8.1991/1144.
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