Dan Koivulaakso is a Finnish civil activist but his name might be familiar for many Helsinki-residents as he has also been working as a Helsinki municipal politician since 2012. 2015 parliamentary election is the second one where he is a… Read More ›
Alviina Alametsä is one of the youngest candidates in this election, but by far not the less experienced or the less mature, as you will see with this interview. She has studied politival science, and has clearly an international vision… Read More ›
Juhana Vartiainen, about his move as a candidate for the National Coalition Party: in the Nordic countries, the political right has accepted the social democratic welfare state
Juhana Vartiainen is the director of the VATT Institute for Economic Research, which analyses public finances in Finland and evaluates economic reforms. He is a recognised – and extremely interesting – expert. Until some weeks ago, he was a well-known… Read More ›
Anne Berner, Centre Party candidate: in the 21st century, no strong reform without the support of the civil society
Anne Berner is very well-known in Finland as a successful businesswoman, in particular as CEO of Vallila Interior and her other activities as board member of a number of big companies . But she has a particular place in the… Read More ›
Pekka Haavisto about the Greens’ campaign, the international situation, and a possible participation in the coming coalition
Pekka Haavisto is very well-known in Finland as a Green leader. He has been a member of the Parliament of Finland from 1987 to 1995, and chairperson of the Green League from 1993 to 1995. He served as the Minister… Read More ›
Michael Moberg comes from the military, where he has served during 8 years as a naval officer, after also studying political science in Turku. He is also a family man, married with 3 children, and his family is the most… Read More ›
Riku Eskelinen, candidate in Helsinki, from political and environmental activism to the Centre Party
Riku Eskelinen, candidate in Helsinki for the Centre Party, presents his views on Finland’s challenges and on the way the Centre Party may face them.
Welat Nehri who may become the first Finnish Member of the Finnish Parliament of non European origin expresses his views on the future of Finland . He has proven his capacities professionally at Kuntaliito, and his political capacities when chairing the Network of Multicultural Associations Moniheli.
Maria Ohisalo belongs to this small group of promising green politicians who are going to replace the founding generation of the Greens in Finland. She is focusing her campaign on the fight against poverty, in addition to environmental issues.