What the defeat of Sanna Marin means for Europe

In Sunday’s parliamentary elections in Finland, the Social Democrats of Prime Minister Sanna Marin, who have been in power until now, did make gains – they gained 2.2 percentage points to 19.9 percent. However, they still fell to third place behind the conservative National Rally Party of former Finance Minister Petteri Orpo (20.8 percent) and the right-wing populist party The Finns (20.1 percent).

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