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Finland PM Sanna Marin is cleared following inquiry after video showed her partying with friends

Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin has been DISABLED after investigating video of her parties sparking ‘misconduct’ claims… and a surge in support from female politicians around the world

Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin was acquitted of wrongdoing today after an official investigation after a video leaked last August showed her partying.

Numerous complaints were filed with the Finnish Chancellor of Justice, Tuomas Pöysti, after Marin, 36, was shown dancing and partying with friends and celebrities, making headlines around the world.

But the chancellor, an independent agency responsible for overseeing the legality of government activities and to which any citizen can file complaints, concluded that Marin had not neglected her duties as prime minister.

Pöysti said there was “no reason to suspect the Prime Minister of wrongful conduct in the performance of her duties or of neglecting her official duties.”

At the time of the scandal, Marin said she spent “an evening with friends” and that the videos were “filmed in a private room.”

At the time of the scandal, Marin said she spent “an evening with friends” and that the videos were “filmed in a private room.” Complaints to the chancellor claimed Marin was unfit to work ‘due to alcohol consumption’ and claimed her behavior was inappropriate for a prime minister

‘I am a human. And I, too, sometimes long for joy, light, and fun among these dark clouds,” she said.

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Complaints to the chancellor alleged that Marin was unfit to work “because of alcohol consumption”, alleged that her behavior was inappropriate for a prime minister and that she undermined Finland’s “reputation and security”.

But the chancellor said the complaints did not show that Marin had failed or compromised a “specific official duty”.

In August, Marin took a drug test, which came back negative, to dispel any suspicion raised by some that the comments on the video related to narcotics – something much debated on social media and strongly denied by the prime minister.

Assessing the “moral and social” dimension of a prime minister’s leisure activities is “a matter for parliament,” the chancellor said, adding that: “Political accountability is also weighed periodically in democratic elections.”

In August, Marin took a drug test, which came back negative, to allay suspicions raised by some that the comments on the video related to narcotics – something much debated on social media and strongly denied by the prime minister.

The reaction to the incident led to several prominent female political figures around the world expressing their support for her.

The reaction to the incident led to several prominent female political figures around the world expressing their support for Marin. Hillary Clinton tweeted a statement of support along with a photo of herself dancing

In August, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton tweeted, “As Ann Richards said, “Ginger Rogers did everything Fred Astaire did. She just did it backwards and in high heels.” Here I am in Cartagena while I was there for a meeting as Secretary of State. Keep dancing, @marinsanna’.

Merry

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