I am a 26-year-old, young and energetic native Finn originally from Helsinki, who has been able to gain expertise in many fields. By my nature and my skills I am a co-operative and human-centric multi-talent. I want to drive forward with style even the hardest things. Despite my young age, I have a wide-ranging and mature vision, and I take the needs of people of different ages into account. I respect Finnish values and I am keen to promote the common good. Issues and different opinions need to be possible to be discussed – always taking into consideration the views of others.
I have a strong commercial education and many years of experience of performing well in business. In addition I am very familiar with the field of rescue and would like to offer my skills for the benefit of my hometown. Investing in rescue is extremely important.
One of the most important themes is preserving a sense of security in our capital. We all have to have a chance to move about in our hometown in peace, regardless of the time of day. I want to ensure that the safe passage and living will remain as before in Helsinki.
Housing costs have risen dramatically. Buying a home requires saving and capital, which in turn forces to rental housing. In the current situation finding an affordable rental home is a challenge, while owner-occupied land rents are rising. It is difficult for young adults to find reasonably priced apartments. Also, elderly people have difficulties to pay rents from their small pensions.
- Safe Helsinki
- Affordable rental housing and reasonable rents for land regardless of living form
- Helsinki needs a vibrant economy and new jobs
Who can vote?
You can vote in Finland in the municipal elections on 9 April 2017 if you are 18 years or older and meet the following requirements:
- Finnish, EU or Nordic nationals: you are registered as resident a minimum of 51 days before the elections
- Other nationalities: you have been registered in Finland for over 2 years