Culture Opposition criticizes government-agreed cuts: “Government, stop public clutter”

Prime Minister Sanna Marin (sd) and Interior Minister Maria Ohisalo (green) said on Twitter on Thursday that they want to undo the cuts targeted at the cultural sector. The government has previously jointly agreed on cuts.

Prime minister Sanna Marin (sd) and the Minister of the Interior Maria Ohisalo (green) said On Twitter on Thursdaythat they want to undo the cuts targeted at the cultural sector.

Earlier, chairman of the Left Alliance, Minister of Education Li Andersson is demanded the cancellation of surgeries.

The cuts are due to a decrease in Veikkaus’ revenues. The government has already agreed in the spring that the decline in revenues will only be partially offset.

Surgery more accurate granulation when it came out on Tuesday, they aroused a particular culture harsh criticism. Just a couple of days earlier, Prime Minister Marin had hosted representatives of the music industry in Kesäranta.

“I say straight now. The SDP wants the cultural cuts reversed, ”Marin wrote on Twitter on Thursday.

In a survey released by HS on Wednesday a large number of the leaders of the parliamentary groups in the governing parties said that the cuts agreed by the government to finance Veikkaus’ beneficiaries should be lifted. None of the parties directly opposed the idea.

Together the reversal of the agreed decisions was also the subject of much criticism.

Also the ruling party center MP Jouni Ovaska criticized Marini’s desire to reverse the government’s joint decision.

Opposition parties the review was even more flowing.

Art and funding for culture is set to decline next year by € 18.4 million, funding for sport and sports by € 11.9 million, funding for science and research by € 8.3 million and funding for youth work by € 4.3 million.


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