Pubblicato in: Devoluzione socialismo

Finlandia. Amministrative. Vittoria delle destre. Ncp 21.4%, Finns 10.6%.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2021-06-16.

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«Finland’s conservative National Coalition Party came out on top in the Nordic nation’s countrywide local elections»

«The opposition party garnered 21.4% of the vote in the final tally»

«It was the fourth consecutive local-vote victory for the party that runs on a platform of fiscal restraint and lower taxes on work »

«National Coalition’s leader Petteri Orpo said in his victory speech that the outcome shows Finns want an alternative to the left-leaning government that’s heavily stimulating the economy and allowing government debt to grow»

«What worries people on a national level is irresponsible fiscal policy …. That same concern is felt on the municipal level. People want councilors to carry out responsible economic policies»

«The Finns Party took fourth place with 14.5% backing, …. but almost 6 percentage points higher than in 2017»

«Most parties such as the Social Democratic Party, Centre Party, Green League, and the Left Alliance showed a decline in their vote share and council seats»

«the biggest winner was the Finns Party, who saw major increase in vote share and council seats»

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La Finlandia ha una grande voglia di mandare il pensione il governo delle sinistre, guidato dal Premier Sanna Marin.

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Finland’s Opposition Conservatives Triumph in Local Elections.

Finland’s conservative National Coalition Party came out on top in the Nordic nation’s countrywide local elections.

The opposition party garnered 21.4% of the vote in the final tally, more than it had in the previous municipal vote four years ago. It was the fourth consecutive local-vote victory for the party that runs on a platform of fiscal restraint and lower taxes on work.

Prime Minister Sanna Marin’s Social Democrats were second ahead of Finance Minister Annika In Sunday’s election, more than 8,800 people were chosen to 293 councils across the country to decide on issues including zoning plans and primary health care. The vote was moved from mid-April to June to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Marin, 35, said she was disappointed with the result of the election, her first as the party’s leader. National Coalition’s leader Petteri Orpo said in his victory speech that the outcome shows Finns want an alternative to the left-leaning government that’s heavily stimulating the economy and allowing government debt to grow.

“What worries people on a national level is irresponsible fiscal policy,” Orpo said. “That same concern is felt on the municipal level. People want councilors to carry out responsible economic policies.”

Center Party, and both lost backing compared with 2017.

The populist Finns Party took fourth place with 14.5% backing, lower than suggested by polls ahead of the vote, but almost 6 percentage points higher than in 2017.

The turnout was about 55%, the lowest since the 1940s.