President of Finland

The president of the Republic of Finland is the head of state of Finland. Under the Constitution of Finland, executive power is vested in the Finnish Government and the president, with the latter possessing only residual powers. The president is directly elected by universal suffrage for a term of six years. Since 1994, no president may be elected for more than two consecutive terms. The president must be a natural-born Finnish citizen. The presidential office was established in the Constitution Act of 1919. The incumbent president is Sauli Niinistö. He was elected for the first time in 2012 and was re-elected in 2018.
Parliament of Finland
The Parliament of Finland is the unicameral and supreme legislature of Finland, founded on 9 May 1906. In accordance with the Constitution of Finland, sovereignty belongs to the people, and that power is vested in the Parliament. The Parliament consists
Judicial system of Finland
Under the Constitution of Finland, everyone is entitled to have their case heard by a court or an authority appropriately and without undue delay. This is achieved through the judicial system of Finland
Keilaniemi is a district in the south-eastern part of Espoo, Finland. It is a high-rise business district mostly known for the numerous head offices of large corporations located there. The district includes the head offices of Tieto, Microsoft Finland
Bruno Granholm
Bruno Ferdinand Granholm was a Finnish architect. He served as the chief architect of Rautatiehallitus between 1892 and 1926. Many of the station buildings he designed are still in use today, having aged surprisingly well
Maalaiskunta (Finnish), landskommun (Swedish), "rural municipality", abbreviated mlk was one of the four types of municipality in Finland in 1865–1976. Other types in 1865–1959 were city and market town, in 1960–1976 old city, new city and market
Ilkka-Yhtymä Oyj is a Southern Ostrobothnian publishing house operating in Seinäjoki and Vaasa, Finland. It publishes two the major regional newspapers Pohjalainen and Ilkka and seven local/town newspapers. The parent company Ilkka-Yhtymä owns the
National Workers' Savings Bank (Finland)
National Workers' Savings Bank (1971-1989) or STS-Bank (1989-1992) was a Finnish savings bank and commercial bank. Workers' savings banks were syndicalist, social democratic corporations intended to compete with privately owned banks, which could deny
Omaisuudenhoitoyhtiö Arsenal
Omaisuudenhoitoyhtiö Arsenal Oy is a bad bank-type corporation founded by the Government of Finland for management of assets received as collateral from bad debt. Arsenal was founded after the early 1990s recession in 1993 as a response to the
Finnish Government
The Finnish Government is the executive branch and cabinet of Finland, which directs the politics of Finland and is the main source of legislation proposed to the Parliament. The Government has collective ministerial responsibility and represents Finland
Seppo Ruohonen
Seppo Ruohonen was a Finnish operatic tenor and voice pedagog