Prime Minister-designate Juha Sipilä on Thursday received the answers of coalition hopefuls to a list of questions posed by the Centre Party. He had only scrutinised the answers of the Finns Party by Thursday afternoon – and detected a number of issues. “We're quite far from a conclusion. Their list of cuts is very modest, we're far apart on taxation and immigration issues, and I was surprised by their answers regarding the EU,” he listed.
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Sipilä dissatisfied with Finns Party
Sipilä regardless refrained from ruling out the Finns Party as a coalition partner. “Further talks are necessary, but I was surprised by some of their answers. Their list on immigration requires quite a lot of work,” he said.