Finnish voters may pave way for first leftist premier in two decades

Social Democratic Party Chairman Antti Rinne campaigns for the Finnish parliamentary elections in Espoo, Finland April 13, 2019. Lehtikuva/Heikki Saukkomaa via REUTERS

HELSINKI (Reuters) – Finland may usher in its first leftist prime minister in two decades in parliamentary elections on Sunday, as voters worry over the future of the country’s generous welfare system as the costs of caring for a rapidly aging population rise. But if opinions polls are correct, the left-leaning Social Democrats’ ability to […]

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