After Sunday's elections are the greens The greens the largest party in the constituency of Helsinki. All seventeen of its twenty members of parliament are women, and The greens have also said the youngest member in the new parliament, Iiris Suomela, who is 24 years old and studying in Tampere (the oldest in the new parliament are the social Democrats Erkki Tuomioja, 72).
Suomela got 4.872 votes in the Pirkanmaa constituency. Until now she has lived in a studentlya without a kitchen.
– Many older voters have come forward and said that they want to vote for someone who is younger because they think of their children and grandchildren. I think that the climate debate has created this change. For once the environmental issues are being raised properly in the election, says Suomela to DN.Link to the graphics
the Socialists now have a majority of women in parliament. Noteworthy is that the candidate True Marine got just over 19.000 votes, compared with the party chairman Antti Rinne got just over 12,000.
Of The younger members, it may be noted Sebastian Tynkkynen, 30, from Oulu, who previously led the party's youth organization.
Tynkkynen does not correspond to the usual image of sannfinländare. On social media, he runs an anti-EU line, speak warmly of nationalism and want to restrict immigration. But he is also a former participant in the reality show Big brother, bisexual, and has a boyfriend who is from Mozambique. On the party's election night party on the Sunday they were both present to celebrate the party's success.
the Views, if the True result is in the particular. On the one hand, landed the party at approximately the same result as in the last election – a total of 17.5 per cent – but at the same time, was panting in the back of the neck of the Socialists and was close to winning the whole election. There was a large jolt as the true finns for only a half a year ago was down 8 percent in the rates, after a failed intergovernmental cooperation, where Timo Soini and his ministerial colleagues founded a new political party, the Blue Future (which made a disastrous choice and was totally without a mandate on Sunday).Link to the graphics
in the right-wing parties at Södertörn university college, corresponding to the True figures a trend in the whole of Europe. She does not believe that the air will go out of the party, etc.
– here's how it looks in all the Nordic countries, the right-wing parties is where about twenty percent and just below. Dansk Folkeparti and SD have similar numbers. The true finns now have a solid party machine, and has begun to root themselves in civil society. It is almost ten years since they got their first bang, in the 2011 parliamentary elections. For many young voters, they have always been, " she says.
She agrees that the political field has become increasingly more polarized.
" But not in the socio-economic policies, but rather on a scale of values. The greens and the true finns represent each other's opposites when it comes to the right values, " she says.
has brought the party to a more extreme direction. A week ago was the true finns represented at a meeting among the nationalist parties in Milan, convened by La lega's Matteo Salvini, in view of the upcoming EUROPEAN elections.
– Halla-aho's predecessor Timo Soini avoided in such contexts. He was popular and jovial. Soinis appearance was that he had the desire of life, ate well and watched football. Halla-aho is different. He is factual and to the string, said Jungar.
the Party has also become more urban, with a contribution of 12.3 per cent in Helsinki and 15.9 per cent in Uusimaa. Jussi Halla-aho live in one of the most expensive neighbourhoods in Helsinki and has a doctorate in linguistics.
" He reminds me of Thierry Baudet in the Dutch Forum for democracy, an intellectual academics. There is a new trend within populism.
asked if the party can think of intergovernmental cooperation with the social democrats said Halla-aho, that he is not prepared to compromise on its most important issue, which is to curb the ”humanitarian immigration”.
the Finnish refugee quota is on the low 750 people per year (Sweden took 5.219 refugees in the last year), partly as a result of Halla-aho's own influence over the last government. Then cut the refugee quota.
– the Question is what did he mean by such statements. Halla-aho has not been sufficiently pressed on the concrete proposals, " says Jungar.
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