Finlanda: Dinamici, Tendințe – doc

Finland and Sweden Are Done With Deference to Russia – FP, 5.01.22
Even if the two Nordic countries don’t join NATO, they have signaled a new era in relations with Moscow. By Elisabeth Braw, a columnist at Foreign Policy and a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute


Extrema dreaptă câștigă teren în Finlanda, dar nu atinge scorurile foarte mari date de sondaje – 14.06.21

Finlanda îşi menţine titlul de cea mai fericită ţară din lume, în ciuda pandemiei / România este pe locul 46 din 149 – G4Media, 19.03.21

Recovering from the recovery fund: How Finland can reboot its EU policy – ECFR, 6.01.21

Ţara luată cu asalt de mii de oameni care vor să vină la muncă – 28.12

  • Programul Helsinki Business Hub a invitat profesioniştii străini şi familiile acestora să locuiască în Finlanda timp de 90 de zile pentru a vedea dacă ar dori să se mute acolo definitiv.
  • Oferta este valabilă pentru persoanele care lucrează în domeniul tehnologiei şi pentru familiile acestora.

Prime Minister Marin at Special Session of the UN General Assembly 3-4 December 2020 – 3.12

Sanna Marin: The feminist PM leading a coalition of women – BBC, 24.11.20

Inside Finland’s female-led government – BBC, 24.11

  • Finland has a coalition government led by five women – four of them are in their 30s. Their prime minister, Sanna Marin, was the youngest world leader when she was elected. Finland’s coalition government has been praised for their quick and decisive action on the coronavirus pandemic, but a coalition can also mean compromise. 
  • The BBC has had world-first, exclusive, behind-the-scenes access to explore how the coalition works in practice, how representative it is of Finland’s society, and what impact the age and sex of the government’s main players has had on its policies and effectiveness.

Finland’s Sanna Marin becomes the world’s youngest Prime Minister – euronews, 9.12.19

  • After the resignation of Finland’s social democrat PM Antti Rinne, the party chose transportation minister Sanna Marin to become the next head of Government, the country’s youngest ever at the age of 34.
  • She has been a lawmaker since 2015 and the Minister of Transport and Communications since last June, when Rinne’s Government was formed.
  • Marin started her career in politics in 2012, at the age of 27, when she was elected head of the city council of her hometown, Tampere, in southern Finland. She was chosen as second deputy chairperson of the Social Democratic Party in 2014.
  • Finland’s government will have a women-led cabinet. After Kulmini takes over, 12 out of the 18 ministers will be females.
  • Currently, the leaders of four of the five parties that form the governing coalition are women as Rinne will remain the Social Democrats leader at least until he chairs the party’s conference in June.
  • Green Party leader Maria Ohisalo -34 years old- was chosen interior minister in June, just like Li Andersson, head of the Left Alliance -32- and education minister, and Anna-Maja Henriksson -55-, leader of the Swedish People’s Party of Finland and justice minister.

Valtioneuvosto (29.04.19): Parliamentary elections were held in Finland on 14 April 2019. The process of forming a new government begins after the organising of the new Parliament and the State Opening of Parliament.

A representative of the parliamentary group that gained the most seats in Parliament at the election will invite the representatives of the parliamentary groups to a meeting to agree on the leader of the preliminary discussions on the formation of a new government.

The leader of the discussions will give each of the groups a list of questions to ascertain the parties’ views on the issues considered essential in the formation of the Government.

On the basis of the discussions with the parliamentary groups and the responses received by the agreed deadline, the leader of the discussions will decide which groups will start negotiating to form a new government.

In the actual government formation talks that follow this initial phase, discussions will be held to determine the Government Programme, the number of ministers, their division of responsibilities and the allocation of portfolios.

On the basis of these negotiations, and having heard the views of the Speaker of Parliament, the President of the Republic will inform Parliament of the nominee for Prime Minister to be put forward for election by Parliament. The nominee is elected Prime Minister, if his or her election is supported by more than half the votes cast in an open vote in Parliament.

The President appoints the ministers, including the Prime Minister, at a presídential session. The session will be attended by the members of the departing administration who are granted resignation.

Immediately after its appointment, the new Government will convene to its first plenary session. At the beginning of the session, the Ministers will take an oath of office or make an affirmation of office and take a judicial oath, if they have not yet done so.

At the first plenary session, the Government will decide on the division of responsibilities among the ministers working in the same Ministry, the members of the statutory ministerial committees and the deputies for the Prime Minister and other ministers. A Government statement to Parliament will also be issued concerning the incoming Government’s programme. At the end of the discussion, Parliament will hold a vote of confidence on the Government.

“The powers of the State in Finland are vested in the people, who are represented by the Parliament”

  • SuomenEduskunta (2015): A short film about the Parliament of Finland presents the everyday work of the parliamentarians. The Parliament of Finland convenes in temporary premises during the renovation of the Parliament House in 2015-2017.

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