Helsinki is an electoral district represented in the FinnishEduskunta (parliament). It covers the administrative area of the city of Helsinki, with a population of 591,306 (as of 2011). Helsinki currently elects 21 members of the Eduskunta.
The constituency is urban, including the city centre of Helsinki and its eastern, mainly working-class suburbs. It does not include most of the Greater Helsinki metropolitan area, which falls instead under the constituency of Uusimaa. The largest party in the 2011 election was the centre-right National Coalition Party.
Green League had its best result in Finland and Centre Party worst result in this district
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Blasting past senators’ misgivings and eager to avert default, the Senate leadership on Thursday night nudged approval of a House-passed bill to suspend the debt limit, leaving it to PresidentBiden and his pen to end a political impasse that bedeviled Washington for much of the year and threatened economic catastrophe.
HELSINKI, May 27 (Xinhua) -- Housing prices in Finland are expected to have the biggest drop this year since 1993, according to a housing market review conducted by Hypo, a Finnish credit institution specializing in this sector ... The report expects housing prices to fall by an ...
HELSINKI. Housing prices in Finland are expected to have the biggest drop this year since 1993, according to a housing ... The report expects housing prices to fall by an average of 7 percent across the country through 2023 and by 8 percent in the Greater Helsinki area.
Helsinki... The report expects housing prices to fall by an average of seven percent across the country through 2023 and by 8 per cent in the Greater Helsinki area ... On the positive side, Hypo predicts housing prices to start rising moderately towards the end of the year, depending on changes on the demand side.
Why shouldn’t working-class people own their own homes? It’s a rhetorical question that has provided the justification for the transformation of housing policy over the past half century in the wake of Margaret Thatcher’s “property-owning” revolution in the 1980s... There has been a decline in house building since the 1970s.
“For non-Ukrainian asylum seekers, the system is even more difficult” ... With many now in their second year since fleeing, Ukrainian refugees in Hungary need more complex support including long-term housing, schooling, and trauma therapy, according to Aniko Bakonyi from the HungarianHelsinki Committee rights group ... ....
CarolinaHouse... HELSINKI (AP) — A walrus that became a global celebrity last year after it was seen frolicking and basking in a Oslo fjord before it was euthanized by the authorities has been honored with a bronze sculpture in Norway.
Over the past decade, Americans formed 15.6 million new households and built 11.9 million new housing units ... Yet public policy actively suppresses housing construction in the U.S ... A 2022 paper on Helsinki’s housing market provides even stronger evidence that new market-rate construction reduces demand for existing housing units at the citywide level.
But I don’t have any desire to buy a house ... To many, not viewing your youth as a slow march towards the housing ladder seems to betray a lack of aspiration ... Finland, meanwhile, introduced a Housing First policy in 2008 in a bid to end homelessness, providing homes to all those who need one, because Helsinki maintained a mass supply of social housing.
HELSINKI (AP) — Finland’sPrime MinisterSannaMarin appears to have lost her bid for a second term on Sunday, with her party headed for defeat by two conservative opponents in an extremely tight three-way race for control of parliament ...KentuckyHouse gives final passage to medical marijuana bill.
Turkey’s parliament on Thursday approved a bill that allows Finland to join the NATO military alliance, clearing the last major hurdle for Helsinki to join the US-led alliance as the year-long war in Ukraine rages on ...Ankara accused Helsinki of supporting and housing Kurdish “terrorist organizations”.
government can’t afford to build or even subsidize all the affordable housing which is needed. Here in Vermont as in many other places both low-income and middle-income families are being priced out of housing ... Hundreds of millions of dollars of public money have been put into subsidies and tax breaks for building affordable housing.