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Government submits supplementary budget proposal to Parliament

2.2.2023 15.03

The Government submitted the first supplementary budget proposal for 2023 to Parliament on Thursday 2 February.

The supplementary budget proposal includes appropriations for retroactive reimbursement for electricity costs, increased funding of the wellbeing services counties, support measures for agriculture, material support for Ukraine, prevention of youth crime, and development of educational equality in education and teaching.

Current issues

Prime Ministers of Finland and Sweden discuss EU issues and progress of NATO membership process

2.2.2023 16.56
Pääministerit Marin ja Kristersson seisovat vierekkäin, sivulla Suomen, Ruotsin ja EU:n liput
Photo: Ninni Andersson, regeringskansliet
Prime Minister Sanna Marin visited Stockholm at the invitation of Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson on 2 February. Their discussions focused on the EU economy and competitiveness, other topical EU matters, Russia’s war against Ukraine, and Finland and Sweden’s joint NATO membership process.

Ministers for European affairs to prepare for February Special European Council

3.2.2023 13.51
The EU General Affairs Council (GAC) will meet in Brussels on Monday 6 February. The meeting will focus on preparations for the February Special European Council. The GAC will also discuss relations between the EU and the United Kingdom and receive an overview of Sweden’s priorities for its Presidency of the Council of the EU. Minister for European Affairs and Ownership Steering Tytti Tuppurainen will represent Finland at the meeting.

Polling station in parliamentary elections is determined based on voters’ place of residence on 10 February

2.2.2023 11.04
A person is placing a ballot paper in the ballot box.
Voters’ place of residence will determine their electoral district and polling station in parliamentary elections. The voting register for the parliamentary elections to be held in April will be compiled based on the information contained in the Population Information System on 10 February 2023.

US. Department of Homeland Security and Finnish Ministry of the Interior enhance internal security cooperation

1.2.2023 20.54
Suomen ja USAn lippu.
On January 31, 2023, Deputy Secretary for Homeland Security John K. Tien and Krista Mikkonen, Minister of Interior of Finland, and their respective delegations met in Washington, D.C.


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See also

Parliamentary elections 2023

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.

Government Programme

Government Programme

The Programme of Prime Minister Sanna Marin's Government: "Inclusive and competent Finland – a socially, economically and ecologically sustainable society".

Finland's EU policy

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.


Finnish Government

Finnish Government

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About the Government

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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.

Prime Minister Marin's Government

Finnish Governments

Finnish Governments

Search information on the Finnish Governments, their compositions and Government Programmes throughout Finland’s independence – as of 1917.

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