Finland’s Prime Minister Sanna Marin removed the party photo. The 36-year-old defended herself as she danced with friends and celebrities in the footage released.
Several lawsuits have been filed, alleging that Ms. Marin’s actions harmed Finland’s “reputation and security.”
But the Chancellor of Justice, Tuomas Poysti, concluded that Ms Marin had not neglected her duties as Prime Minister.
Ms Marin submitted to a drug test “to remove any doubt” after hearing some comments in the video refer to drugs. The test came back negative.
At the time, the prime minister said the video was filmed in a “private residence” where he spent “an evening” with friends.When asked about the video, he told reporters: “I am human.
But I, too, sometimes yearn for joy, light and pleasure in the midst of these dark clouds.”This event led many women to support Mrs. Marin.
In Finland, women posted videos of themselves dancing for solidarity on social media.
Ms Marin publicly congratulated Hillary Clinton, after the US politician asked her to “dance”.
She was inaugurated in 2019, becoming the world’s longest serving president at the age of 34.Ms. Marin is considered a left-wing activist who works hard for the Finnish welfare system.