Greens leave the Finnish government over reactor

3 July 2002

Green Finnish environment minister Satu Hassi resigned three days after the parliament voted in favour of a fifth reactor. The Green party voted overwhelmingly to leave the government. Split on the nuclear question, they had postponed a decision about whether o not to leave the government in January, when the coalition government voted to send application to the parliament, but without a recommendation.
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