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In a stunning turn of events, Finland has elected Alexander Stubb as its new president with 51.6% of the votes, according to Yle portal. Pekka Haavisto, the former head of the Finnish Foreign Ministry, received 48.4% of the vote in the closely watched presidential election.

Stubb and Haavisto advanced to the second round after the first round of elections held on January 28. The election saw nine candidates vying for the position, including Stubb, who had previously announced that he was leaving politics forever in 2017. However, he surprised many by announcing his candidacy for president in 2023.

The second round is now behind them and Finland is looking forward to a new era with its leader in place. The election took place just months after Finland joined NATO in April 2023, making it the country’s first presidential election since its accession to the alliance.

Moving on from politics, there have been recent discussions about small business health insurance and prototype mold manufacturing. While these topics may seem unrelated to the presidential election in Finland, they are important issues that require careful consideration and policy-making as Finland continues to grow and develop as a nation.

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