Finland's new prime minister is 34 and female

One Man

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My problem is not so much that she is the PM at 34 years of age, but that so much of her cabinet are also so young. What are the chances that all of them have the adequate experience and skill to be in those key positions at such young ages?
Man have you been to Finland?

there arent very many people in that country.Their selection pool in not wide open.
 
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Disgusting. If the PM isn't a gay black Muslim from Nigeria then they ain't a PM at all. :bart When will these people learn to diversify. :bart
Give it time. Soon all our leaders will be lesbian, black, Muslim and women from any number of African nations.

And when that progressive day comes we shall finally have peace on earth, we will all be equal and have wonderously high paid jobs, there will be no poverty or crime and it will all be because of our new progressive overlords!
 
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Marin: Activation model repealed, disposable income rises for 70% of Finns
FINLAND 01 JANUARY 2020
Prime Minister Sanna Marin (SDP) says the Finnish government is committed to developing the society in a way that is financially responsible, socially equitable and environmentally sustainable. (Heikki Saukkomaa – Lehtikuva)
Prime Minister Sanna Marin (SDP) says the Finnish government is committed to developing the society in a way that is financially responsible, socially equitable and environmentally sustainable. (Heikki Saukkomaa – Lehtikuva)
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“We believe that society can and must be developed in a balanced way,” she wrote.
The Finnish government aims to achieve economic sustainability not only by pursuing an active labour policy, but also by making investments in education, research and infrastructure, as well as reforming the industrial make-up in a climate-sustainable way.
Because Finland is heavily reliant on exports, much will depend on global economic development, she acknowledged.

“A stable and predictable operating environment is essential for companies. We need to avoid purely reactive policies while responding to cyclical changes. This is the approach we adopted in the national budget for next year, which is mildly expansionary in view of slowing growth,” said Marin.

She added that the government is pursuing social sustainability through improvements in basic security and services, such as the increases in small pensions, basic security, investments at all levels of training and education that came into effect on 1 January 2020.

Over 600,000 Finns will consequently see their pensions increase and 70 per cent of the public their disposable income rise, highlighted Marin.

“With the repeal of the activation model [for unemployment security], unemployed job seekers will be able to focus on looking for work without having to worry about losing income,” emphasised Marin.
“The strength of a society is measured not by the wealth of its most affluent members, but by how well its most vulnerable citizens are able to cope. The question we need to ask is whether everyone has the chance to lead a good and dignified life.”

Marin also estimated that countries worldwide must do their part in what must be a decade of solutions in the fight against the climate emergency.
“This calls for decisions that reduce emissions and strengthen carbon sinks. We will rely on scientific data while taking account of the social and regional impacts of the solutions proposed,” she pledged.
Well we will see the Finnish economy has been at an utter standstill since 2012 compared to U.K. economy. 100% of U.K. citizens will see a rise in disposable income with planned rise in NI allowances.
 

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Well we will see the Finnish economy has been at an utter standstill since 2012 compared to U.K. economy. 100% of U.K. citizens will see a rise in disposable income with planned rise in NI allowances.
The UK won't be the UK in a few years and your economy and your country will be Beijing west or New York east . Take heart, at least you won't be on fire like Australia.
 
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Their population is 6 million. Its sizeable.
Its more like 5 million.
In a country that should have 15-20.
A d its continually going down.
Its a ghost town,barely a person from a mile to mile.freest freeway I ever seen.
 
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Its more like 5 million.
In a country that should have 15-20.
A d its continually going down.
Its a ghost town,barely a person from a mile to mile.freest freeway I ever seen.
5.5million, and has been slightly increasing for decades. 25% of the country lies inside the artic circle, so I wouldnt expect much population density there.

5.5m is sizeable
 

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You don't have to bruv. Vote out the chuds (or gulag them" and we all could have it

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It’s economys average level of growth since 2012 has been 0.4%. Place is at a standstill. It had one industry Nokia, and that’s been blown away. It’s education system, once top of the world is in systemic decline. In the 2020s this country is going nowhere and in 2030 people will look back at these posts and laugh.
 

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It’s economys average level of growth since 2012 has been 0.4%. Place is at a standstill. It had one industry Nokia, and that’s been blown away. It’s education system, once top of the world is in systemic decline. In the 2020s this country is going nowhere and in 2030 people will look back at these posts and laugh.
Measure well being of a country by GDP in 2020. Are you 12?

Happiest countries

Finland - #1
UK - #15


Education and training competiveness

Finland #2
UK #20



Under 5 mortality per 1,000 births


Finland 2.3
UK 4.5





I don't any Finn's will be looking to trade places for the sunken England anytime soon
 
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Measure well being of a country by GDP in 2020. Are you 12?

Happiest countries

Finland - #1
UK - #15


Education and training competiveness

Finland #2
UK #20



Under 5 mortality per 1,000 births


Finland 2.3
UK 4.5





I don't any Finn's will be looking to trade places for the sunken England anytime soon
The Nordic nation topped the 2019 World Happiness Report, which ranked 156 countries around the world on factors including life expectancy, freedom, GDP and corruption.

Not sure how that works... adding up lots figures and equating it to how happy an entire nation is in comparison to another.
 

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The Nordic nation topped the 2019 World Happiness Report, which ranked 156 countries around the world on factors including life expectancy, freedom, GDP and corruption.

Not sure how that works... adding up lots figures and equating it to how happy an entire nation is in comparison to another.
You are correct. It's more of a wellbeing assessment.

In fact when polled a lot of Latin and African countries poll very high in emotional health despite poor economic rankings

Regardless GDP is not an effective measure on how healthy a society especially with most of wealth being concentrated in the hands of a few