Finlandia: Partido populista pasa del 1% al 5% de los votos en las elecciones municipales. Su presidente es católico.
Posted by AMDG en 27/octubre/2008
Es un gran paso adelante:
YLE: “The surprise victor in these elections is the True Finns Party. Although still a small party with few seats on any city council, the party posted a stunning rise in popular support. Party chair MP Timo Soini, who was running for a seat on the Espoo city council, also garnered more votes than any other politician in the country.Since the last municipal elections in 2004, the True Finns have risen from relative obscurity to become the sixth largest party in the nation. At that time, they earned less than one percent of the vote. Now, they have multiplied their popular support to 5.5 percent. Soini says he believes this strong growth will also be reflected in the next Parliamentary elections.”
Las acusaciones de racismo no se han hecho esperar. El líder (foto) ha espondido que es católico, una minoría en Finlandia.:
This morning YLE tried to conjure up the spectre of racism and xenophobia one more time in its English news segment, to which Timo Soini stated matter of factly that he is a Catholic (a minority religion in Finland) and it’s against his belief system to be a racist.
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