What type of election do the people in Finland have?
They are elcted in what is called a direct election. They are elected by the people. This is as of 1913, when the 17th amendment changed it from a state legislature appointing to a direct election.
Yes. In Finland a presidential election is held every six years. A president is allowed a maximum of two terms, which is a maximum of 12 years.
People from Finland are Finnish!
the people in Finland are called fins
People from Finland are of Finnish nationality.
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Finland is a semi-presidential rebublican country
People from Finland are called Finns, or Finnish people.
People from Finland are Finnish and people from Iceland are Icelandic.
A by election is a type of election in which an election is held for one or two seats when a person earlier holding that seat dies or resigns!
The economical in Finland is the 3rd best in Europe.
People in Finland are called Finnish or Finns. Population is 5,359,538.
The people from Finland are either called "Finns" or "Finnish".
The control of the election process varies depending on the type of election and where it is taking place.
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Direct primary is the election in which party members select people to run in the general election.
People who live in Finland are Finnish and are referred to as Finns.
About 30000 british people live in Finland.
A primary election is an election in which party members select people to run in the general election. Voters from each party choose who they like in the primary election, and then that person runs in the general election.
In southern Finland.
People from Finland are Finns, or Finnish.
I would agree that an election can be considered a type of contest.
League of the Rural People of Finland was created in 1906.
I think an election board is a list of people running in an election.
Most were born in Finland but Finland has taken in some immigrants.
Judges are elected by a few presidents around the world!
It depends which country you are in and the type of election
The population in Finland is about 5.3 million people.
The election of the US president is called a quadrennial general election. It takes place every four years in years divisible by four.
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Semi-presidential Republic. Finland is pretty much has a republic government some matters are decided by the president of Finland but not all of them.
In 1792, the first election with universal male suffrage in Revolutionary France In 1893 the first election with universal suffrage in New Zealand, althought women couldn't run as a candidate In 1907 the first election with universal suffrage and availability for women to run as a candidate in Finland Eläköön Suomi!
depends o the issues n the candidates,no one "type" election is less important or voter participation
In the Presidential election.
That's up to each state to decide.
In which country? What type of election? Need more specific question to answer it I'm affraid.
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People in Finland communicate just like they do everywhere else, only in the Finnish language.
Finland has democracy. There are 200 people in the parliament.
lauri ylonen(the rasmus) is famous from Finland :)
Thanksgiving is not celebrated in Finland.
There were three people in the 1996 election for president. The people in the election were Bill Clinton,Bob Dole,and Ross Perot. The winner was Bill Clinton. The people that lost the 1996 election for president were Bob Dole and Ross Perot.
People vote in an election.
55% of people voted in the 2011 state election.
hahaha u can't be serious! working, of course. and they're FINNS not "finland people"