Titelbild: Wahlergebnis Finnland 2023.
Das Finnland- Parlament hat 200 Sitze – 101 Sitze sind die absolute Mehrheit.
Die bisherige Koalition bestand aus Marins Sozial- Demokraten, Linke Allianz, Grüne Liga, Zentrums- Partei, und der Finnische Volkspartei, die in 2023, zusammen auf 99 Mandate kommen.
Sollte es gelingen, die finnischen Christ- Demokraten – 5 Mandate – mit in die Koalition zu holen – dann hätte Marin erneut eine absolute Mehrheit= 104 Sitze.
Sollte Marin die beiden Kleinpartien ansprechen – 2 Sitze haben sie – dann wäre eine hauchdünne 101-Sitze- Mehrheit möglich.
Die BBC berichtet:
Finnish conservative leader Petteri Orpo has won a nail-biting three-way election race, defeating Prime Minister Sanna Marin’s centre left.
“We got the biggest mandate,” said the leader of the National Coalition Party, after a dramatic night in which the lead gradually swung away from Ms Marin’s Social Democrats.
Mr Orpo was heading for 20.7% of the vote, ahead of the right-wing populist Finns Party and the centre left.
It is a bitter defeat for Ms Marin.
Shortly after the conservative leader claimed victory, she conceded the election.
For weeks the election had been seen as a three-way race, but as results came in, it became too close to call, until a projection from public broadcaster YLE gave Petteri Orpo’s National Coalition victory with the biggest number of seats in parliament.
The defeated prime minister
Finns Party leader Riikka Purra congratulated her rival and was overjoyed to have secured the best result in her party’s history. She was heading for 20.1% of the vote, while Ms Marin’s Social Democrats were on course for 19.9%, with 97% of the results counted.
Sanna Marin became the world’s youngest leader when she burst on to the political scene in 2019. She headed a coalition of five parties, all led by women.