Finnish election results may spark euro jitters Nationalist party on course for strong showing, casting doubt on Portuga

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Image uploaded from a quicklink Early results Sunday from Finland's parliamentary elections suggest the anti-EU bailout True Finns party will hold the second-most number of seats and could even be part of a coalition government. Much of the True Finns party's recent success has been attributed to its leader, Timo Soini. The 48-year-old politician is often described as folksy and charismatic, with a reputation for witty speeches and vivid metaphors.

"How come they can't see the euro doesn't work?" Soini told Bloomberg earlier this year. "If a melon and an apple each wear the same size baseball cap, everyone can see that just doesn't work."

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