Antti Rinne (left), the chairperson of the Social Democrats, will sit down with some of his fellow party leaders to form the next government on 25 April 2019. Also pictured, from left to right, are Jussi Halla-aho of the Finns Party, Juha Sipilä of the Centre, Pekka Haavisto of the Greens and Petteri Orpo of the National Coalition. (Markku Ulander – Lehtikuva)
JUHO ROMAKKANIEMI, the chief executive of Finland Chamber of Commerce, has added a sense of urgency to the looming coalition formation negotiations.
“A government must be formed without delay. Businesses are worrying about the future, and that is gnawing away at investments that are absolutely crucial for employment. Uncertainty about the upcoming operating environment is toxic for business operations,” he wrote on Facebook on Monday.