Three professors of Political Science and Economics assess the first two years of the Sipilä Government in Ilta-Sanomat. In economic policy and competitiveness, the decisions have been in the right direction. In education, the Government has not kept its promises. In EU policy, Prime Minister Sipilä has been fairly silent, and Finland’s line in foreign and security policy remains unclear. Domestic policy has taken precedence, although Foreign Minister Timo Soini has done a good job.
Journalist: Outi Kokko
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