(ANSA) – ROME, AUG 20 – ‘Solidarity with Sanna’: is the caption that on Twitter accompanies the videos of various Finnish women shot while they dance and have fun in parties with friends, thus demonstrating their solidarity with Prime Minister Sanna Marin . The 36-year-old leader of Finland is in fact at the center of a media storm after two videos that have sprung up in recent days, one in which she sings and dances wildly at a party with friends and the other who films her in intimate attitudes with a man in the private room of a well-known club in Helsinki. If the opposition criticizes her premier, many people have instead lined up in defense of Marin and her right to have fun as she believes.
Cybersecurity expert Petteri Järvinen, quoted by the newspaper Iltalehti, yesterday raised the possibility that the Russians had hacked the phone or social accounts of someone who is part of the close circle of the Finnish premier. In her turn, Marin said she had undergone a drug test (the results of which will be known in a week) and she defended herself by claiming that she did nothing but “dance, sing, hug my friends and drink alcohol “. (HANDLE).