Finnish people are moving a lot, and they move from the North to the South. According to Yle, “one million – the number of times moving boxes are packed and emptied again in Finland every year. The vast majority of… Read More ›
There has been a strange happening in Finland these last days: the Parliament held an excellent debate on the limitation of family reunification for refugees, and there was almost no media coverage, even if it was quite interesting. And, against… Read More ›
The discussion about the refugee situation is so infected that the issue cannot be discussed in public almost at all. The issue is not either at all helped by the so called immigrant critics
Veera Ruoho (Finns Party), new MP, about terrorism, the Finnish police and the role of the Finns Party
Veera Ruoho’s opinions are particularly interesting since she is a member of the Parliament, but also a police officer with ansolid international experience. She has been member of the Finnish Parliament since May 2015. She has been a police officer… Read More ›
Refugees: will the Finnish government’s position be dictated by Juha Sipilä or by Timo Soini? Will it be aligned on Angela Merkel or on Viktor Orban?
When the Finnish Prime Minister opens his own house to refugees, Angela Merkel opens boldly Germany’s borders to the Syrian refugees, followed with some reluctance by Francois Hollande in France and David Cameron in the UK. Will Finland follow the… Read More ›