Finland’s far right to enter government with conservatives

According to Conservative leader Peteri Orpo, a coalition of four parties, including the anti-immigration Finns Party, will form Finland̵7;s new government.

“All issues resolved,” Said Orpo said late on Thursday that the coalition’s program and government structure would be announced at a press conference on Friday afternoon, according to Finnish public broadcaster Yele.

Orpo as head of the centre-right National Coalition Party (NCP), which won The last general election without securing an absolute parliamentary majority, the prime minister is expected to be nominated.

The new, right-wing coalition government is supported by the NCP, the Finns Party, the Swedish People’s Party and the Christian Democrats, who together majority of 108 Of the 200 seats in the Finnish Parliament.

alliance talks lasted 74 daysThe second longest in the history of Finland.

After four years of government leadership by the Social Democrats – mostly led by outgoing Prime Minister Sanna Marin – Finland will make a sharp step For the Conservatives, it is set to be “probably the most right-wing government” on economic policy in the country’s history for nearly 80 years Yale,