Parliamentary elections on Sunday 2 April 2023
Finland’s parliamentary elections will be held on 2 April 2023. In the elections, Finnish citizens entitled to vote will elect 200 Members of Parliament for a four-year electoral term.
Every Finnish citizen who reaches the age of 18 years on election day at the latest has the right to vote. In the parliamentary elections, voters may vote either on election day, which is Sunday 2 April, or in advance during the advance voting period, which is from 22 to 28 March.
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Photos of ministers, public officials and government premises are available in the government material bank.
Live webcasts of the Government’s press conferences and other events are streamed on the Government’s YouTube channel.
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Parliamentary elections 2023
Parliamentary elections on Sunday 2 April 2023. Advance voting from 22 to 28 March in Finland and 22 to 15 March abroad.
The Programme of Prime Minister Sanna Marin's Government: "Inclusive and competent Finland – a socially, economically and ecologically sustainable society".
Finland's EU policy
The basic stance of Finland’s EU policy is to further develop the European Union and to promote growth, stability and security in Europe. Finland is an active, pragmatic and result-oriented Member State.
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The term ‘Government’ refers to the Government of Finland which consists of a prime minister and a required number of ministers. It also denotes a decision-making body consisting of the government plenary session and the ministries.
Government in office
On 10 December 2019, the President of the Republic appointed Prime Minister Sanna Marin’s Government, which is Finland’s 76th government. Marin’s Government is formed by the Social Democratic Party, the Centre Party, the Greens, the Left Alliance and the Swedish People's Party of Finland. The Government has 19 ministers.
Search information on the Finnish Governments, their compositions and Government Programmes throughout Finland’s independence – as of 1917.