Today, 18 April, Minister of Local Government and Public Reforms Anu Vehviläinen, took receipt of the report of the working group on the development of the Finnish Government; the working group was led by Seppo Tiitinen, LL.M.
Working group on the development of the Finnish Government Unified Government created through cooperation
“Structural changes in the organisation are not the first option The working group proposes four sets of measures to improve the conditions for a more unified Government”, says LL.M Seppo Tiitinen, the chair of the working group, as he handed over the report ‘Unified Government is created through cooperation and coherence’ to the Minister of Local Government and Public Reforms Anu Vehviläinen on 18 April 2017.
Local and regional democracy is firmly established in Finland, and the country is committed to de-veloping it further. This is the conclusion drawn in the report of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of Europe regarding the state of Finnish local and regional democracy and areas where improvements are called for. The evaluation report was adopted by the Congress at its session on 28 March.
The Ministry of Finance confirms the base rate of interest twice a year.