The Finnish major drinks and dances with the well-known faces of the jet set: controversy erupts. “Sad because private places became public property I didn’t do drugs”
There is controversy over the Prime Minister of Finland, Sana MarineThen video
Where he drinks and dances profusely and sings at a party at a friend’s house, he ended up on social media.
Marin, on the notes of famous rap artists such as Petri Nygaard and Ante Toisco, does not dance alone but in A well-known face of the Finnish Aircraft Group.
According to the tabloid NextHettiAmong the party guests seen in the video you can get acquainted with: singer Alma, influencer Janita Audio, TV presenter Tinni Wikstroem, YouTuber Ilona Ylikorpi, radio presenter Karoliina Tuominen, designer Vesa Silver, parliamentarian Ilmari Nurminen of the SPD Marin.
The Prime Minister said she was saddened that “private spaces” had “become public property” and Denied drug use during the party.
In fact, in the video, we hear someone referring, during wild dances, to a “flour band” – an expression associated with cocaine use. “I have no idea why anyone would use that expression and what it refers to,” Marin said.
And there are already those who point the finger at alleged Russian hackers, given the tough stances of Marine against Moscow: Not only did she – along with the president of Finland – accelerate her country’s accession to NATO, but she was recently among the first leaders in Europe to speak out in favor of banning Russian tourism across Europe.
Just two days ago, on August 16, the Finnish government announced that the number of visas granted to Russians would be reduced by 90 percent starting from September 1.
“Of course, I will not comment on where these videos were filmed or who filmed them, because they are private places,” Marin said, noting that she was “sad because they became known to everyone.”
Maren has previously been criticized for attending a rock festival: There were those in the house who accused her of spending more time attending parties than ruling. Even if – in this case – they were. Much to appreciate her casual style.
“Born in 1985” as written by Paolo Valentino over hereMarine’s parents broke up with her while she was still in diapers. His alcoholic father had only seen him once since then. “If you ask me if I feel like I have a dad, my answer is no,” he said in a famous Vogue interview. “I didn’t grow up with him and say I don’t have a father.” Instead, she grew up with her mother and the woman who became his new partner, the “rainbow family” as Marin likes to say. Marin was the first in her family to go to college, graduating in management science. The order of things was that in 2006, not after twenty-one years, Sanna Marin entered politics through the left door, joined the Social Democratic Party, who became vice president in 2010. Tampere (the third city in the country) at 28, a member of parliament in 29, Minister of Transport and Communications 33, Prime Minister the following year. Immediately after her appointment, in 2019, the outgoing Minister of the Interior contemptuously called her “committed.” Marin shrugged her shoulders: “So what? Most of the young people who grew up work in a shop or in other low-paying jobs to support themselves.” Then he posted on Twitter that really made history: “In Finland a poor child can study and a former saleswoman can become prime minister.” In this politician, Marin found time To marry the ex-footballer in 2020 Markus Raikkonenher boyfriend since high school, with whom she gave birth to a little girl in 2018, Emma.”
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Aug 18 2022 (change on Aug 18 2022 | 12:32)
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