Finland election 2019: What would happen if Finns Party won Finnish election?


Appreciation polls had been showing the left-leaning Social Democrats were being cautioned by a surge in support for the nationalist Finns Party. A survey commissioned by exposed broadcaster Yle showed the Social Democrats were set to win the top spot with 19 percent of the franchise, which would give leader Antti Rinne the first jeopardize of forming a government. The Finns were catching up in second place with 16.3 percent substantiate.

Finns Party leader Jussi Halla-aho, cast his vote adjoining his home in Eira today.

The area is one of Helsinki’s most expensive precincts.

He said: ”As you probably know we have doubled our support in opinion tallies during the past six months.

“We want to reduce to as low as possible the kind of immigration that is, in our appreciation, damaging to the public finances of our country and to the safety and security of people.”

What transfer have happened if Finns Party won the Finnish election?

The Finns Blow-out is a populist and Eurosceptic party, which has a clear anti-immigration rhetoric. 

The aid has said in the past that immigration from outside the EU should purely be allowed if it brings economic prosperity. 

As the European Parliament elections are petite than two months away, the Finnish ballot could have an effect on the EU.

Some anti-immigration parties have announced plans to join weights after the EU elections in May.

This could give them a major say in how the continent is run.

So a firm result for the Finns Party could increase a nationalist bloc and caution to shake up EU policy-making.

The Finns also argue the country has gone “too far” in discourse issues such as climate change and migration.

Mr Rinne has ruled out appearance a government with the nationalists.

Nineteen parties were running in the Finnish electing this year.

Eight of them were holding seats in the parliament and allow for the environmentalist Green party, which was polling at 12.2 percent.

There is also the insignificant Feminist Party, which was founded two years ago.

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