Government convened for a historic public session as part of the Finland 100
As part of the Finland’s centenary the Government of Finland convened on 4 May for a plenary session and discussion for the first time in front of a live audience. Government’s plenary sessions are normally held behind the closed doors. The Government also discussed new forms of democratic and civic engagement in continuation to Finland’s 100 years of democratic government. The session of the Ministerial Finance Committee and the government plenary session was followed by Government discussions on the theme of how to develop Finnish democracy further.
See the photos from the plenary session below.