The Finnish justice ministry says that the left-leaning Social Democrats, who have not held power for many years, gathered 17.7 per cent of the vote while anti-immigration Finns Party picked up 17.5 per cent. Leader Antti Rinne, a former union boss, will now try to form a coalition government, while the Centre Party of PM Juha Sipila slipped to 13.8 per cent of the vote.
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