A conservative political party that campaigned against open borders and climate change policies won the second-highest number of seats in Finland's parliamentary elections on Sunday.
A number of Finnish deputies strongly protest against the accusations of Britain against Russia. About it write many Finnish media.
In the Finnish State Museum opened a new exhibition about the Kingdom of Finland.
The new leader of the "True Finns" party is Jussi Halla-ahot, he supporter of the Kiev authorities , the author of the first Ukrainian-Finnish dictionary.
The Finnish media regularly unreasonably talk about allegedly hybrid attacks by Russia against Finland. There is a constant aggression against Russian journalists and their employers.
In Finland, any citizen has the right to express political positions at rallies without the permission of the authorities.
Nowadays liberalism has gradually turned from a political ideology into a pseudo-religion.
One of the most interesting political incidents in Finland for this moment is the case of Ilja Janitskin.
Ilja Janitskin is the Finnish politician and editor-in-chief of one of the most popular and important Finnish media - MV-lehti. MV-lehti was founded in 2014 as an alternative media against mainstream media, establishment and liberals. Very soon, MV-lehti became one of the most popular and definitely the most important media in Finland.