Finland Prime Minister Sanna Marin’s Leaked Dance Video: THE FINNISH PM has faced criticism after leaked video showed her at a rowdy party with a bunch of famous friends.
Sanna Marin, 36, has previously faced criticism for her wild lifestyle but has been dubbed the “coolest politician in the world” due to her laid-back leadership style.
The social media video features Marin alongside Finnish singer Alma, rapper Petri Nygard, TV anchor Tinni Wikstrom, influencers, and supporters of her own Social Democratic party.
In the video, which was later posted online by the Finnish tabloid newspaper Iltalehti, Marin can be seen having drinks with friends while dancing, singing, and singing.
Although it’s not known when the video was shot, Marin has already gotten into difficulty in her native country and received a lot of media attention.
Despite being in contact with a Covid case last year, she was made to apologise for going clubbing at 4 am.
She said that she was informed she did not need to isolate because she was completely immunised when she attended dinner and beverages just hours after her Foreign Minister tested positive for Covid.
She claimed, however, that she had just her personal phone with her at the time and had missed a text message telling her to do the opposite.
Her “careless” approach to leading a nation was criticised by opponents, who claimed she should always carry her government phone with her in case of emergencies.
I am really sorry for not knowing that I needed to do that, she added in a Facebook post.
She was pictured wearing a blazer with nothing underneath in an interview for the leisure publication Trendi in October 2020.
She was accused of belittling her position, and other people called the remarks sexist, which caused public outrage once more.
According to the German daily Bild this week, Marin is the “coolest politician in the world,” and she seems to be very popular with today’s Millennials.
She is the most significant politician in her nation and must guide it through one of the most perilous crises of our time due to Russia’s aggressive behaviour toward her neighbour, yet she still finds time to celebrate.
Politics can function in a casual, contemporary, and self-assured manner. Putin obviously doesn’t like Marin, who represents the “cool generation.”
However, the Finnish prime minister was accused of “celebrity a** licking” in a column in the Swedish tabloid Dagens Nyheter, which claimed that she “seems to love surrounding herself with celebrities and likes to pose on social media.”
Since the commencement of the invasion of Ukraine in February, the leader has been a vocal Putin opponent.
The two have paved the path for the two neutral nations to join NATO, together with Sweden’s prime minister Magdalena Andersson.
Marin also said last week that Finland would reduce the number of tourist permits it currently grants to Russians by merely 10%.
After joining the legislature as a youthful (30 year old) member in 2015, the young prime minister ascended to power.
Four years after the resignation, she was given the position of leadership.