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Twitter Expresses Support for Finnish Prime Minister After She Is Seen Partying

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Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin is receiving support after a video of her partying went viral.

On Wednesday, a video of Marin dancing and partying with her friends made its rounds on social media.

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Critics on Twitter did not hold back on their comments about her actions.

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Finnish Parliament member Mikko Kärnä tweeted, “Just for the sake of the discussion in public, it would be wise if the Prime Minister [Marin Sanna] voluntarily went through a drug screening, the results of which would be made public by an independent body.”

He added, “The people are also allowed to expect this from their prime minister.”

However, others were quick to point out she has every right to have fun.

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One user wrote, “It raises the standard for all complete hot messes and I appreciate that.”

Another tweeted, “I would love to know the people trusted with leading our country into the future are actually pretty normal. I’d feel they’ve got a grasp of what’s actually important.”

The tweet continues, “A night being goofy with friends is infinitely better that a $2000/plate schmoozefest with the wealthy.”

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Marin reportedly commented on the video Thursday, according to the BBC.

“I danced, sang, and partied – perfectly legal things. And I’ve never been in a situation where I’ve seen or known of others [using drugs],” she said.

Additionally, she told reporters she had “not used drugs” and had “no problem taking tests.”

Marin continued, “I have a family life, I have a work life and I have free time to spend with my friends. Pretty much the same as many people my age.”

The prime minister explained, “I am going to be exactly the same person as I have been until now and I hope that it will be accepted.” 

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