Finland's Social Democrats aim to form government with Centre Party, three others

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  • Wednesday, 08 May 2019

HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland's Social Democrats said on Wednesday they would try to form a coalition government with the Centre Party and three smaller partners after coming out on top in elections.

The Social Democrats won a general election on April 14 with a record low 17.7 percent of the vote, forcing them to partner up with other parties to form a majority government.

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