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HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland's populist opposition leader could join a new government after April's general election with his calls to end bailouts and kick Greece out of the euro likely to ensure Helsinki sticks to its tough line on EU affairs.
KOTKA, Finland (Reuters) - When Finland's opposition leader and likely new prime minister Juha Sipila warned Finland could be the next Greece, it was an election campaign quip with a serious side - signalling the risks for a country facing a perfect storm of economic woes.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland's opposition Centre Party looks set to win most seats in Sunday's general election, according to the latest opinion poll on Tuesday, which was in line with other recent surveys.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - From closer NATO ties to rumours of Kremlin-backed land deals on its border, Finland's diplomatic balancing act with Russia has come under the spotlight before Sunday's parliamentary election as politicians debate how far to challenge the Kremlin.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland's Centre Party won the biggest support in advanced voting ahead of Sunday's general election, followed by the centre-right National Coalition and centre left Social Democrats, the justice ministry said.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - After only a few years of party leadership, Finland's next prime minister Juha Sipila beat electoral expectations by emphasising his business acumen as a telecom millionaire executive while maintaining traditional Finnish roots that emphasize self-sufficiency.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - It may sound counter-intuitive after the Eurosceptic Finns Party grabbed second place in Finland's general election, but a surge by anti-establishment protest groups sweeping Europe may be peaking.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Voters are tipped to oust Finland's pro-European and pro-NATO prime minister in Sunday's election and put in power an opposition coalition that may include Eurosceptic nationalists, hoping it will revive the sagging economy.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland's likely next prime minister, Juha Sipila, said on Monday his Centre Party will make a special effort to find common ground with The Finns party, which wants a rebate on European Union payments and tighter restrictions on immigration, as he tries to put together a governing coalition.