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News, 4/21/2015

After Finnish election, anything can happen

Photo: Jussi Nukari/LehtikuvaFinnish Parliament, 2015 elections, Centre, Social Democrats, National Coalition, Greens, “Finns” Party, Left Alliance, Christian Democrats, Swedish People’s Party, Helsinki, Finland, Juha Sipilä, Nasima Razmyar, Ozan Yanar, Jani Toivola, Li Andersson, Susanna KoskiJuha Sipilä, whose Centre Party was the biggest winner in the 2015 Finnish parliamentary election, takes a closer look at the screen on election night as results begin to roll in.

In the 2015 Finnish parliamentary election, the Centre Party and the Greens staged comebacks to increase their numbers of MPs, and were the only parties to do so. There’s still plenty of room for speculation about the composition of the upcoming government.

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Updated 4/21/2015


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