Finland Youngest Prime Minister in the Country's History
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This was reported by Reuters on Sunday, noting that the Finnish Social Democratic Party was leading a coalition government consisting of five parties, noting that Rene had resigned a few days ago after the center party, one of the coalition parties, said he had lost confidence in him because of his management of the strike Postal workers.
"We have a lot of work to do in the coming period to rebuild confidence," Sana Marine told reporters after winning a narrow margin of votes over other party leaders, adding: "We have a joint government program that unites the coalition."
The coalition agreed to continue with the same program after Rene announced he was stepping down in response to the request of the Center Party.
"Reuters" pointed out that the change of leadership in Finland at this time is difficult, especially as it holds the rotating presidency of the European Union until the end of the year, as it plays a major role in the efforts to develop the bloc's budget.