French primaries, Putin and Finland

Where will it all end and is Russia to be the main super power.

Finland Politics

imagesLast Sunday, there has been primaries in France, and the Finnish press, so keen on the US primaries, could not care less. But it is key news for Finland, in particular because the winner, Francois Fillon (who will bemost probably the future winner of the French presidency election in May), is a close friend of Vladimir Putin.

The story begins in 2007. Putin is the Russian President, and Sarkozy is elected President in France, meaning, for those not knowing about the French democracy, that he has all the powers. He chose as his Prime Minister, a quiet politician who during the five “Sarkozy” years will have to shut up and do generally what the President will ask him to do. He has done it with discretion, honesty and has always respected his word, even when Sarkozy was making him suffer public humiliation.

However in 2008, Dmitry Medvedev became President, and…

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