She also acknowledged that she and her friends were celebrating the party in a “rambunctious way” and that alcohol was involved, but no drugs to her knowledge. She said Friday she was taking a drug test to end speculation about illegal substances.
“I hope that in the year 2022 it will be accepted that even decision-makers dance, sing and go to parties,” Marin told reporters. “I didn’t want images to be distributed, but it’s up to voters to decide what they think.”
The Prime Minister, who is married and has a 4-year-old daughter, has often insisted that although she is the head of the Finnish government, she is like anyone her age who enjoys hanging out with friends and family in their spare time. . .
Opinions were divided in Helsinki on Friday afternoon.
Josua Fagerholm, who works in marketing, said the episode may have harmed Finland’s reputation and public confidence in Finnish politicians.