Finland's recent parliamentary elections ended inconclusively, with no party winning enough seats to form a government. Centrist Prime Minister-elect Juha Sipila will announce his new government on Thursday. The big question is whether the Finns Party will be a part of it. The eurosceptic party came second in the election. Its leader, Timo Soini (pictured), wants to be foreign minister but he could get an even bigger portfolio - the finance ministry.
Programme prepared by Josh Vardey and Elise Duffau
Associate Professor, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3