"of the social Democrats, Antti Rinne proclaims victory in the Finnish elections by the narrowest possible margin ahead of the true finns."
"But it is the young, white women who is the real winner, according to Finnish media."
"the Result in Sunday's parliamentary elections suggest a strong polarization, notes several Finnish media, after all the votes have been counted. The finns are divided on two of the biggest issues: climate and immigration."
"In one ring corner is the EU, and invandringskritiska the true finns, the only party who chose not to be included in the parliamentary parties lost their post in december. The party's leaders Jussi Halla-aho received the highest number of personröster of all in Sunday's elections. In the other corner is the green party, The Green league and the left alliance, the country's environmental organisations have pointed out that the only parties that have enough ambitious climate targets. The contradictions of immigration and climate change is expected to lead to tough negotiations in the forthcoming formation of a government."
"Women make history"
"at the same time, if a change in the Finnish political scene. Several of the real winners in the election are white women under 35, writes the bbc in an analysis. As an example the mention of the Socialists ' True Marine, Maria Ohisalo from The greens and the left Alliance chairman Li Andersson – all young women now will contribute to a generational change in the Finnish parliament. Li Andersson took home the second highest number of votes in the whole country, which contributed to the party going forward with the four mandates."
"a Total of 92 women are now taking place in the new parliament – more than ever in the country's history. It means that 46 per cent of the Finnish parliament consists of women. The green league is comprised of 90 percent women."
"– It shows that there is a place in politics for everyone, " says Li Andersson in Yle morning-tv about the success of women and young people in the election."
"Three parties in the top were all around 17 per cent of the votes, which according to Svenska Yle is unique for a Finnish parliamentary elections. It is the social democratic party (SDP) with 40 mandates, the true finns with 39 mandates and the national Coalition party, with 38 seats. The big loser is former prime minister Juha Sipiläs party, the Centre party, which is considered to have lost heavily in the crash with the extensive vårdreform that fell through in march. The debacle led to the Finnish government had resigned on 8 march, just a month before the election. The centre party gained 18 seats fewer than in the last election."
"Now wait, tough government negotiations, where the winner of the election, the social democratic party, with party leader Antti Rinne in the lead, is expected to receive the mandate to form a government. Experts dare not yet speculate as to how quickly the formation of the government will be – and not how it will look like. Rinnes goal is to have formed a government before the month of may is the end, but according to the Hufvudstadsbladets analysis, it is not likely that a government is in place before the EU elections on may 26."
"Get the parties stated willingness to cooperate with the nationalist true finns. In Yle morning-tv tells Rinne that he and Halla-aho have very different values, and that a common set of values is important in the formation of a government. At the same time, says Halla-aho Sannfinländerna is ready to cooperate with all."
" For us, the questions are the important thing, not the name of persons or parties. The others have remained skeptical to cooperate with us, and regeringsmedverkan is not an end in itself for us. We are ready to be in the opposition, he says, according to the bbc."
"The Finnish parliament, the eduskunta, has 200 seats. So here is it distributed, on the basis of the results published with all the votes counted during the night of the election:"
"the social democratic party (SDP): 40 mandate (17.7%)"
"the true finns: 39 (17,5)"
"conservative Party: 38 (17,0)"
"the left alliance: 16 (8,2)"
"the Swedish people's Party of Finland: 9 (4,5)"
"the Christian democrats: 5 (3,9)"
"the Other groups: 2 (2,9)"
"the Other parties: approximately 3.1 per cent."