After the government in Finland, the social Democrats have found on Sunday, a successor for the recently retired government chief Antti Rinne.
The former Deputy party Chairman and transport and communications Minister Sanna Marin should take, the top of the coalition government, the social Democrats.
As the rest of the coalition had signaled to partners already, on the previous government program and the Cabinet to hold, seems the change at the top, nothing to resist.
Six months after taking office back
Also entered Marin had already declared before the vote their party over succession, she wanted to want to lead the government business, with the same Five-party coalition to continue to. Also, the existing government program you wanted to change anything.
The Parliament has to agree to the change yet. The vote is expected this week. The 34-year-old Marin would be the youngest head of government in Helsinki. Finland has held the EU presidency.
Six months after taking office, the channel had filed on Tuesday due to a dispute with his main coalition partner, the resignation of the government. The Cabinet remains in a caretaker capacity, until a Successor is found. (Dec/sda)
Created: 09.12.2019, 12:10 PM