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Nuclear power is not a miracle key for the future.

Nuclear power is not a miracle key for the future.

European citizens expect that there will be also a fair system inside the European Union and in the euro, and that's why we have to have quite hard discipline. ---->>>

The goal of the EU is to form a region of freedom, security and justice. Freedom in this connection cannot be just the freedom of the strong, but it must be combined with fraternity and equality.

The goal of the EU is to form a region of freedom, security and justice. Freedom in this connection cannot be just the freedom of the strong, but it must be combined with fraternity and equality.

We are a model country where gender equality is concerned.

We are a model country where gender equality is concerned.

Under-representation of women and other inequality among researchers is a problem that will not solve itself as women acquire competence. ---->>>

Finland, and all the other European countries, we are too dependent on imported energy. We should be using a broader variety of energy resources. ---->>>

It is people who are the objects of globalization and at the same time its subjects. What also follows logically from this is that globalization is not a law of nature, but rather a process set in train by people. ---->>>

The Finland of the 21st century can thrive only if women of learning - in common with their male counterparts - are guaranteed the opportunity to use their creative potential to the full. ---->>>

Everybody has to look after their own economy and follow the rules. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: Finnish
Born: 12-24, 1943
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Occupation: Statesman

Tarja Kaarina Halonen ([tɑrjɑ kɑːrinɑ hɑlonen]; born 24 December 1943) is a Finnish politician who served as the 11th, and first female, President of Finland from 2000 to 2012. She first rose to prominence as a lawyer with the Central Organisation of Finnish Trade Unions (SAK), and as the Prime Minister's parliamentary secretary (1974-1975) and a member of the City Council of Helsinki (1977-1996) (wikipedia)