(ANSA) – ROME, AUGUST 24 – The Finnish premier returns to defend her right to have fun and speaking to journalists, at the conference of her Social Democratic party, she said that she works hard as prime minister but that she should also have the right to a private life. “I’m human,” said Marin on the verge of tears, describing last week as “pretty difficult.”
The words of the premier, reported by the Guardian, follow yet another controversy after the publication of a photo of two topless women kissing at a party in the official residence of Kesaranta, in July.
Visibly shaken, the 36-year-old, the youngest head of government in the world when she was elected in 2019, added: “I haven’t lost a single day of work. I want to believe that people will look at what we do at work rather than what. that we do in our spare time. I have never left a single task unfinished. I am learning. But I am doing my job as well as I have done up to now. I am thinking about Ukraine and I am doing my job. ” (HANDLE).