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Last winter, Kirsi Piha became the Coalition Party’s candidate for mayor in Helsinki, but at the last minute she withdrew. In this interview, he explains why. The reason was a drunken uncle who had appeared at a family party.
Very much took place in the winter of 1991. The Soviet Union slipped towards the end and Finland towards the recession.
However, life went on, and parliamentary elections were held in March. Among the candidates was a first-timer from Helsinki: a 23-year-old business student Kirsi Piha.
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