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Jussi Halla-aho again calls for asylum seekers to be detained: “The new normal is that both women and young girls are harassed and hunted”
Halla-aho’s idea of raising the minimum penalty level is supported by Professor Matti Tolvas.
The Finns presented their environmental and energy policy agenda on Thursday, but the chairman of the party, Jussi Halla-aho , spoke almost entirely about handling of Oulu events.
The Oulu Police Department investigates the aggravated child sexual exploitation and aggravated rape of five minors.
Earlier, the Oulu Police Department informed in full on one of the wider investigations in which eight foreign men are suspected of the crime. Other sexual crimes are also suspected of being committed.
“The new normal is that both women and young girls are being harassed and hunted online, in the streets and in shopping centers,” Halla-aho said at the “Homer’s Inauguration Hour” held by the True Finns Party.
“We have more and more people whose perceptions of women, children and physical integrity and many other things are very different from what we are accustomed to. No integration or a good-hearted attitude will change these attitudes, Halla-Aho stated.
In Halla-aho’s view, hate speech and anti-immigration attitudes to the media and to other parties are a bigger problem than the kidnapping of small children.
– So sick has Finnish society changed, Halla-aho said.
HALLA-AHO once again suggests putting asylum seekers into custody for the entire asylum process.
Above all, Halla-aho believes Finland should do so in the event of a negative decision on asylum applications. In addition, Halla-aho called for the imposition of minimum penalties.
– The Minister of Justice has spoken about increasing the maximum sentence for sexual offenses against children, although this is of no use. Indeed, the courts should impose maximum penalties, Halla-aho said.
Professor Matti Tolvanen, Professor of Criminal Law and Proceedings at the University of Eastern Finland, confirms that only a very exceptional case have maximum penalties been imposed by the courts.
– “If you want to raise the level of punishment, raising the minimum will make it more secure. Set the minimum for an outrageous case of rape of a child, the minimum should that said Häkkänen.