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Prime Minister Sanna Marin's government won a vote of confidence in Parliament on Friday 22nd October. MPs voted 89-68 in favour of the government.
The interpellation, filed by two opposition parliamentary groups (The Finns Parliamentary Group and Liike Nyt Movement Parliamentary Group), challenged the government's immigration and economic policy.