The Communist Party of Finland (SKP) has nominated 65 candidates in the upcoming 2023 Parliamentary elections held on sunday 2nd of April. The party's campaign slogan is Money for welfare, not weapons!
Ongoing militarization is affecting, and will affect in the future, to young people's feel of security. Militaries and right-wing media are aggressively feeding the non-critical thinking for youth, said SKP´s vice chairperson Jiri Mäntysalo in European Left Congress in Vienna.
We live in a time of rapid change, exceptionally strong threats and crucial choices. Climate change and the loss of biodiversity threaten the future of all humanity. The risk of war, even nuclear war, has increased. Finland and the world are prosperous and rich, but at the same time there is poverty, unemployment and inequality.
The Communist Party of Finland’s National Congress, 11-12 June, elected new officials. Retired senior medical officer Liisa Taskinen from Kotka was elected as the party's new chairperson. Taskinen, says that humanity is facing great and urgent tasks.
The Communist Party of Finland invites all the Communist and Workers Parties to send a video-greeting or written message of solidarity for the CPF Party Congress taking place from the 11th to 12th of June 2022 in Kotka, Finland.
BACKGROUND FOR A CHANGE OF POLICY IN FINLAND AT THE START OF THE CAMPAIGN FOR EU PARLIAMENT ELECTIONS