Sanaa Marin, Prime Minister of Finland, congratulated her people on the occasion of the New Year, wishing the citizens of Finland a Happy New Year and Happy New Contract, and Marin said in her congratulations, “The strength of society is not measured by the wealth of its rich members, but by the extent of the ability of its citizens who are most vulnerable … The question we need to ask is what If everyone has the opportunity to live a decent life … Happy New Year and New Contract. “
It is noteworthy that the Prime Minister of Finland, Sana Marin, who is the youngest prime minister in the world, had started the beginning of her period for the Prime Minister with a proposal that the number of working days in government institutions throughout the week be only four days, and that the number of working hours be only 6 hours.
SANA MARIN, Prime Minister of Finland, congratulates her people on the New Year
Several days ago, Finnish Prime Minister Sanaa Marin told the Helsinki Times that her proposal was made up of a four-day work week and only a six-hour work day, and asked why this is not the next step? I think that people deserve to spend more time with their families, loved ones, hobbies and other things in life, “according to the German” Redaktion Netswerk “website..
It is worth noting that the number of working days in Finland is five days per week and the number of daily working hours is eight, as in most western countries, and Sana Marin is leading a coalition of five parties from the center and left, and the left coalition coalition in the government has called for a pilot test of working days 6 hours.
It is also mentioned that the Prime Minister of Finland had caused the arrest of an Iranian official several days ago, as Iranian authorities arrested Muhammad Barham, a member of Borujerd City Council, in the western province of Lorestan, after making an age comparison between Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and the Prime Minister New Finland, SANA MARIN, and the Iranian “Tasnim” agency, said that the authorities arrested Muhammed Barham, a member of Borujerd city council, in Lorestan province, on Tuesday, after he published a video clip through his account on the social networking site “Instagram”, in which he compared the ages of Iranian officials And the Finns.
Sana Marin, Prime Minister of Finland
The Iranian agency stated that the authorities charged Burham with frustrating the revolutionary spirit of the people, as an informed source told the Iranian local newspaper “Safir Aflak”, that the reason for the arrest of Barham was his insult to the regime and Khamenei, and the video included a comparison of the ages of Iranian leaders with the leaders of Finland, which stated that the average ages Finland officials are 42 years old, and they run a government with an average age of 23 years, but the average age in Iran is 31 years, and its government is run with an average age of 60 years.
The video talked about the ages of Iran’s leaders. He mentioned that President Hassan Rouhani is 72 years old, the Speaker of Parliament is 63 years old, and the Speaker of the Assembly of Experts is 93 years old, while the mentor Ali Khamenei is 80 years old. He concluded the video with the phrase “Welcome to the country of youth that Led by the elderly house.