Finland

Coalition talks bogged down in detail on Day 12


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Talks to put together a coalition government led by the National Coalition Party (KOK) have faltered in one of the working groups set up to discuss fiscal policies.

A proposal by KOK MP Kimmo Sasi was rejected by both the Social Democratic Party of Finland, the second largest party after the 17th April election. The Left Alliance, the fourth largest party and an essential ingredient needed to create the coalition has also rejected the fiscal proposals.

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