Finland has elected Alexander Stubb as its new president, with 51.6% of the votes. The former Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto received 48.4% of the vote in the second round of elections held on January 28. Stubb, who had previously announced that he was leaving politics forever, made a surprise comeback and ran for the presidency in 2023.
The presidential election marks the first since Finland joined NATO in April 2023. With the second round now behind them, Finland is looking toward the future with a new leader.
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