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article imageThe governing Center Party won Finland's parliamentary election

By Jishpar     Mar 19, 2007 in Politics
He won by very less majority but made a strong gains to claim a possible spot in the next ruling coalition.
Matti Vanhanen the prime minister told the supporters that they have won the elections. The Center Party's main coalition partner, the left-leaning Social Democrats, dropped eight seats to 45, the official results showed.
More over, they are not going to have any major changes with this results. All the major parties have a commitment including on maintaining Finland's neutrality and its welfare system financed by high taxes
The Center Party won 23.1 percent of the vote while the Conservatives had 22.3 percent and the Social Democrats 21.4, according to the provisional results.
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