Blue Reform (Finnish: Sininen tulevaisuus, shortened to SIN, Swedish: Blå framtid, both lit. blue future) is a Finnish conservative political party. Blue Reform was founded by the 19 MPs who left the Finns Party on 13 June 2017 in protest against Jussi Halla-aho having been elected party leader. The new parliamentary group of these defectors was initially called New Alternative (Finnish: Uusi vaihtoehto, uv; Swedish: Nytt alternativ, na). The party's current name was announced on 19 June. The association of this name was officially registered on 3 July 2017.

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  • Blue Reform (Finnish: Sininen tulevaisuus, shortened to SIN, Swedish: Blå framtid, both lit. blue future) is a Finnish conservative political party. Blue Reform was founded by the 19 MPs who left the Finns Party on 13 June 2017 in protest against Jussi Halla-aho having been elected party leader. The new parliamentary group of these defectors was initially called New Alternative (Finnish: Uusi vaihtoehto, uv; Swedish: Nytt alternativ, na). The party's current name was announced on 19 June. The association of this name was officially registered on 3 July 2017. The Blue Reform was chaired by Sampo Terho, the Minister for European Affairs, Culture and Sport, until June 2019. It also includes all the other cabinet ministers who were previously members of the Finns Party: Timo Soini, Jussi Niinistö, Jari Lindström and Pirkko Mattila. It was one of the three parties that made up the Sipilä Cabinet until its resignation on 8 March 2019. It lost all seats in the 2019 election. (en)
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  • Blue Reform (Finnish: Sininen tulevaisuus, shortened to SIN, Swedish: Blå framtid, both lit. blue future) is a Finnish conservative political party. Blue Reform was founded by the 19 MPs who left the Finns Party on 13 June 2017 in protest against Jussi Halla-aho having been elected party leader. The new parliamentary group of these defectors was initially called New Alternative (Finnish: Uusi vaihtoehto, uv; Swedish: Nytt alternativ, na). The party's current name was announced on 19 June. The association of this name was officially registered on 3 July 2017. (en)
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  • Sininen tulevaisuus (en)
  • Blå framtid (en)
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