HT: Timo Soini 08 Mar 13 March 8, 2013

from HARDtalk·

HardTalk speaks to Timo Soini, longserving leader of Finland's populist, nationalist movement known as the Finns. He commands almost one-fifth of the seats in the Finnish parliament thanks to a stunning electoral advance in the election of 2011. His campaign was built upon hostility to the European Union in general, and the bail out of the Eurozone's debt-ridden southern periphery in particular. It's a party fuelled by popular anger with the status quo and the ruling elites in Helsinki and Brussels.



HardTalk speaks to Timo Soini, longserving leader of Finland's populist, nationalist movement known as the Finns. He commands almost one-fifth of the seats in the Finnish parliament thanks to a stunning electoral advance in the election of 2011. His campaign was built upon hostility to the European Union in general, and the bail out of the Eurozone's debt-ridden southern periphery in particular. It's a party fuelled by popular anger with the status quo and the ruling elites in Helsinki and Brussels.