Finnish Politics Jussi Halla-aho Uncategorized



This is why it’s correct to label the court case in which Jussi Halla-aho was convicted of inciting ethnic hatred and breaching the sanctity of religion a few years ago, as a politically motivated show trial. The aim to try him was politically motivated, to keep him out of politics due to his favorable approval rating among those critical of mass immigration and destructive multicultural politics.

NOTE: YLE’s regurgitation of his show trial conviction, no matter how many times they do it, does not make it a real act of justice, rather, it highlights the subversion of the Finnish judicial system.

Halla-aho appointed to European Council delegation

The Finns Party nominated MP Jussi Halla-aho as their candidate for Finland’s delegation to the European Council. The Council defines the general political direction and priorities of the EU, and aims to advance human rights, democracy and the rule of law.

Perussuomalaisten kansanedustaja Jussi Halla-aho puhumassa eduskunnassa.
Finns Party MP Jussi Halla-aho speaking in Parliament earlier in October. Image: Yle

Finns Party MP Jussi Halla-aho has been selected as a vice member of the Finnish delegation to the European Council. The Parliament approved the appointment on Thursday.

Halla-aho’s bid to represent Finland at the Council has been controversial, as he has in the past been convicted of inciting ethnic hatred and breaching the sanctity of religion.

Parliamentary group leaders expressed dismay over Halla-aho’s appointment in a joint statement:

“We find it regrettable that the Finns Party named as their representative a MP convicted of breaching the sanctity of religion and for inciting ethnic hatred. Despite repeated appeals, the Finns Party did not want to change their candidate for delegation vice member.”

The statement was signed by Petteri Orpo (NCP), Jouni Backman (SDP), Kimmo Tiilikainen (Centre), Annika Lapintie (Left), Oras Tynkkynen (Greens), Mikaela Nylander (Swed), and Peter Östman (Chr Dem).

The leaders noted that members of the delegation are obliged to commit to European Council principles and objectives.

“We require that all Finnish delegates fulfil these criteria and work accordingly”, the statement read.

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