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Welcome to the Elections website of the Ministry of Justice!

On this site you can find general information about elections, referendums, political parties and the participation of citizens in general. Also the results of elections and other statistical information relating to elections are published on this web site. This website is intended to provide information to citizens and the media as well as election authorities.

The website is updated by the Election Unit at the Ministry of Justice.


Municipal Elections on 9 April 2017.
In Finland, the election day is Sunday 9 April 2017, and the advance voting between 29 Mars and 4 April and abroad between 29 Mars and 1 April 2017.
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News

  • Finnish Government: Introduction of internet voting set as goal. In its strategy session on Monday 24 October, the Government of Finland outlined that electronic voting will be introduced in Finland as an alternative to the traditional voting in all elections. Read more.

  • The health and social services reform aims to establish autonomous counties whose county councils would be chosen by elections. The Election Act will prescribe on the county elections. The first county elections would be held in connection with the 2018 presidential election. The election day would be Sunday, 28 January 2018. In 2021 and thereafter, the county elections will be held in April simultaneously with the municipal elections. Read more.

  • Working group proposes: Four-year experiment with internet voting in municipal referenda. The working group for internet voting proposes to the ministerial working group on public administration and regional development that an experiment with internet voting is carried out in connection with consultative municipal referenda. According to the proposal, the experiment would be carried out in connection with the advance voting in municipal referenda during a fixed-term of four years. The experiment is estimated to take place during the years 2016-2020. Read more.



Published 27.10.2016