A loving farewell to Finland’s cool, clubby prime minister

put away your rave outfits, pour out your beer; Finland is getting back to normal I think.

Sanna Marin, the country’s cool 37-year-old prime minister who became the world’s youngest head of state in 2019, will be out of power after Sunday’s election in which her party lost less than a percentage point.

As we mourn the loss of a head of state, really understands work-life balance, Marin gracefully passes the torch. “Democracy has spoken, the Finnish people have cast their vote, and celebrating democracy is always a wonderful thing,” said Marin in a concession speech on Sunday.

Sanna Marin says “democracy has spoken” as she concedes defeat in Finland’s elections

Marina first caught my attention when she had to apologize for partying. No, she wasn’t driving drunk because of too many shooters, but she left her work phone at the office, went dancing and missed a text saying she was exposed to Covid. We love a woman who respects working hours! Despite this, Marin was contrite: “I am very sorry that I did not understand that despite double vaccination I had to isolate after a possible exposure,” she wrote on social media. Per BBC News.

Her story was supported around the world. Danish women supported her in this share their own photos and videos celebrate by yourself. It turns out women, regardless of their country of residence, get it! We must all let go!

I also want to commend Marin for enduring everyday sexism without punching anyone in the face like I would have in her place. For example, in November 2022 a male reporter asked Marin and then New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern when they met because they were both younger women, as if there could be no other reason for two world leaders to chat other than just to have a lady goss session. “My first question is, has anyone ever asked Barack Obama and John Key if they dated because they were the same age?” Ardern responded, referring to John Key, who was Prime Minister of New Zealand for eight years. Points were made.

Of course, Marin’s general zest for life did not stand in the way of her government achieving great success. Your country is in the final stages of joining NATO Application in May 2022. The Finnish flag will be hoisted at NATO headquarters on Tuesday when it joins the alliance as the 31st member nation. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg described this path as the “fastest ratification process‘ in the modern era of NATO on Monday.

Marin is likely to be replaced by Petteri Orpo, 53. Farewell to our cool Nordic Prime Minister! Her reign was certainly fun while it lasted

https://jezebel.com/a-fond-farewell-to-finland-s-cool-clubbing-prime-minis-1850294585 A loving farewell to Finland’s cool, clubby prime minister

Adam Bradshaw

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