Govt formation talks continue next week as issues remain unsettled

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The four political parties led by Kansallinen Kokoomus (National Coalition Party-NCP) will continue the negotiation talks next week to form a new government as many issues among them remained unsolved until Friday, at the end of the first week discussion.

Leaders of the parties said that although they reached a consensus on some issues, they failed to reach an understanding on many key issues.

Kokoomus Chair Petteri Orpo told journalists that they were yet to reach consensus on various key issues including the economy, immigration and European Union policy.

The negotiation talks will continue next week to find out solutions to settle down the disagreements reducing the gap among the political parties.

The Kokoomus, Perussuomalaiset (Finns Party), Suomenruotsalainenkansanpuolue (Swedish People’s Party of Finland-RKP) and the SuomenKristillisdemokraatit (Christian Democrats of Finland-CD) started the formal negotiation talks at the House of the Estates on Tuesday with the view to form a four-party alliance government.

Earlier on April 27, Kokoomus Chairman Petteri Orpo announced that his party decided to hold official discussions with the radical right political party Perussuomalaiset RKP) and the CD.

  •  Govt
  •  Formation
  •  Talks


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