Helsinki is an electoral district represented in the FinnishEduskunta (parliament). It covers the administrative area of the city of Helsinki, with a population of 591,306 (as of 2011). Helsinki currently elects 21 members of the Eduskunta.
The constituency is urban, including the city centre of Helsinki and its eastern, mainly working-class suburbs. It does not include most of the Greater Helsinki metropolitan area, which falls instead under the constituency of Uusimaa. The largest party in the 2011 election was the centre-right National Coalition Party.
Green League had its best result in Finland and Centre Party worst result in this district
Companies. PT Suralaya IndotenagaFollow ... The Suralaya plant - already the largest in southeast Asia - has eight units in operation ... The Helsinki-based Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA) said on Tuesday that the Suralaya power complex has had a severe impact on air quality in the region, incurring over $1 billion in annual health costs.
Looking for culture? (Picture. Getty). There’s nothing quite like a city for getting your art fix. Some cities trump others though, being artier and offering more to see ... The city also has seen over 1,100 top artists live there, followed by Paris at 1,088 ... London ... Good luck! ... Helsinki ... There’s plenty of art here, despite being known as a scientific centre.
HelsinkiExpo and ConventionCentre will now offer its most enthusiastic trade fair visitors a new benefit ... Helsinki Expo and Convention Centre has about 1 million annual visitors ... The article Helsinki Expo and Convention Centre launches season ticket for fans first appeared in TravelDailyNews International.
They then click “go” and see what unfolds. . Advertisement ... They use resources to grow, they compete, they reproduce, and they interact with the environment in a similar way,” GiovanniStrona, lead study author from the EuropeanCommissionJoint Research Centre and the University of Helsinki, told IFLScience ... Advertisement ... Advertisement ... .
“However, personally, as a Finnish institution at the centre of Helsinki’s exciting tech ecosystem, one of the most exciting moments in this job will always be seeing a student or researcher make that transition to becoming a successful entrepreneur.” Read more about tech in Finland.
“This project aims to make DRTS more attractive, flexible, accessible, available - in rural areas - and inclusive,” said Prof M’Hallah ... It will improve life quality by connecting people at a reasonable fare.” ... Similar efforts have been tried before, notably Kutsuplus in Helsinki, a defunct project to roll-out user-centred mobility on demand ... .