Finnish PM Sanna Marin encouraged to take drug test over spilled party recordings
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin is confronting calls to take a medication test after she was caught in spilled cellphone recordings moving and celebrating fiercely with her big name companions.
Marin, who at age 36 is one of the most youthful heads of state on the planet, shielded her lead found in the viral clasps, and fervently denied utilizing drugs.
"I have not utilized drugs myself, or something besides liquor. I've moved, sung and celebrated and done entirely lawful things," she said at a public interview Thursday.
In the recordings, Marin and a gathering of buddies — among them Finnish performers, TV characters and lawmakers — are seen moving and singing.
After the sensation, Finnish Member of Parliament Mikko Kärnä, tweeted that Marin ought to take a willful medication test and disclose the outcomes.
During the question and answer session Thursday, Marin demanded that she just drank liquor — yet not to overabundance — and celebrated "in a riotous way."
The 36-year-old European pioneer demanded that her activities were totally legitimate. Marin likewise said she realized she was being shot at the get-together a long time prior
Marin additionally uncovered that the unruly film was taken at get-togethers at two separate condos for certain 20 visitors.
Among those in participation were Finnish singer Alma, rapper Petri Nygard, TV moderator Tinni Wikstrom and MPs from Marin's Social Democratic coalition.