Finland’s PM apologizes for ‘scandalous’ photo taken at her workplace

“Leaks” of photos and videos continue to haunt Finland’s Prime Minister, Sanna Marin, who was forced to apologize, according to the “Telegraph” newspaper, after a scandalous photo was leaked from inside her residence.

The photo, which was posted on the social media platform “Tik Tok”, shows two bare-chested women kissing, holding a sign with the name “Finland”, during a private ceremony inside the prime minister’s residence financed with money. taxes.

Marin said: “The photo is inappropriate”, apologized for taking it and admitted that the photo was taken inside the government house, but that it was taken “in the downstairs guest bathroom”.

He explained that except for this image, nothing else unusual happened, and that his friends did not spend much time inside the house, but used the sauna (steam bath) outside the house.

Opponents of the 36-year-old leader of the Social Democratic Party claim that the photo was taken inside a hall for official meetings.

The aforementioned image first appeared on the account of the influencer “Sabina Sarka”, a Finnish model who previously participated in the Miss World contest, who had previously appeared in a “leaked” video while dancing with the Finnish Prime Minister.

It should be noted that two days ago, Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin breathed a sigh of relief after the results of a drug test she took last Friday came back “negative” after a journalist claimed to have heard the word cocaine in the video clip. . during which she appears as Marin dances at a party with various Finnish celebrities.
Marine’s innocence about drug use has not stopped the controversy since a video of her dancing with her friends appeared, as she is still criticized for what the newspaper “Helsingen Sanomat” called Marine’s lack of appreciation for things, because what Marine did puts her “in a delicate situation, which could put the weapons of information warfare in the hands of those who want to harm Finland.”

The Finnish newspaper, “Al Evening”, quoted a cybersecurity expert, Petteri Yarvinen, as saying: “The possibility that Russia has hacked the phone or social accounts of someone from the close circle of the Finnish Prime Minister.

Finns expressed their support for the leader of the Social Democratic Party, including women who posted videos on social media dancing, while some considered the video a “scandal”, raising questions about Marin’s ability to make the right decisions, especially in a difficult stage in which his country was affected by the Russian war against Russia Ukraine.