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Right-wing party likely to win Finnish parliamentary elections |  world

Right-wing party likely to win Finnish parliamentary elections | world

Petteri Orbo celebrates the victory of the right-wing National Coalition party in Finland’s election – Photo: Antti Aimo-Koivisto/Lehtikuva via AP

The National Coalition Party, a right-wing opposition party in Finland, is expected to narrowly win the country’s parliamentary elections on Sunday (2), according to forecasts by public broadcaster Yle.

According to the Reuters news agency that Prime Minister Sanna Marin and leader of the Social Democratic Party admitted defeat.

Sanna Marin, Finland’s prime minister, has conceded the right’s defeat in legislative elections – Image: Sergei Grits/AP

The National Coalition is expected to win 48 of the 200 seats in parliament. In doing so, he would be ahead of the Patriots of the Finnish Party with 46, and the Social Democrats of Prime Minister Sanna Marin with 43.

Sunday’s vote will decide whether or not the Finns want to keep the government in the hands of the 37-year-old Marin. Voters will choose to form a parliament, and usually in Finland, the position of prime minister is awarded to the leader of the party that comes out of the polls with the most seats.

Ahead of the Social Democrats is not only the traditional right of the National Coalition led by Petteri Urbu, but the growth of votes from the anti-immigrant party, the Finns’ Party, led by Rikka Piora.

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