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Could a stalled Sámi rights law bring down Finland’s government? ...
By Michiel Curfs - November 15, 2022
Three weeks ago, nobody in the Finnish government was talking about rights for Sámi, the EU's only recognised indigenous people. Few Finns even knew -- or cared to know -- there were any problems with a stalled piece of human rights legislation. But now it's a subject that's regularly leading news bulletins. It could even be the final straw in bringing down Sanna Marin's government.

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