The capital city daily Helsingin Sanomat starts out the day with an analysis of the parliamentary floor debate between Prime Minister Antti Rinne and National Coalition Party chair Petteri Orpo in yesterday's plenary session. The paper says the reasons why the centre-right NCP was left out of the new left-leaning government were made clear after Orpo repeatedly questioned the financial sustainably of the incoming coalition's agenda. Rinne said that his government aims to create 60, new jobs that will strengthen the economy and make it possible to fund the "necessary added expenditures", therefore creating what he calls "social sustainability". The paper says Orpo was visibly irritated during the lengthy exchange, while Rinne remained calm.
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