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Tsohon PM Alexander Stubb Ya Zaba Shugaban Kasar Finland

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Tsohon Firayim Ministan Finland Alexander Stubb mai ra’ayin mazan jiya ya lashe zaben shugaban kasa, sakamakon karshe ya nuna.

 

Ya samu kashi 51.6% na kuri’un da aka kada, yayin da abokin hamayyarsa na jam’iyyar Green Party Pekka Haavisto, tsohon ministan harkokin waje, ya samu kashi 48.4%. Haavisto ya riga ya amince da shan kaye.

 

Wannan dai shi ne zabe na farko tun bayan da kasar Finland ta shiga kawancen sojan Nato.

 

Stubb, mai shekaru 55, ya yi taka tsan-tsan zuwa Rasha, inda al’ummar Nordic ke da iyaka da iyaka.

 

Ya ce shiga Nato ya kasance “yarjejeniya ce da aka gama” ga kasarsa da zarar shugaban Rasha Vladimir Putin ya kaddamar da wani gagarumin farmaki a Ukraine a watan Fabrairun 2022.

 

Finland a hukumance ta zama memba na 31 na kawancen da Washington ke jagoranta.

 

A wani taron manema labarai da aka yi a yammacin ranar Lahadi, Stubb, memba na Jam’iyyar Hadin Kan Kasa ta Finland, ya bayyana nasarar zabensa a matsayin “mafi girman daraja a rayuwata”.

 

Ya kuma jaddada cewa “a zahiri ne cewa yana da wahala a yi kowace irin tattaunawa ta siyasa da Putin muddin Rasha ta kai wani mummunan yaki da Ukraine.

 

“Don haka, ban ga wata hanyar sadarwa tare da Putin ko tare da shugabancin siyasar Rasha ba a nan gaba. Dukkanmu muna son nemo hanyar samun zaman lafiya, amma a ganina wannan hanyar tana faruwa ne kawai ta fagen fama a halin yanzu.”

 

Haavisto, wanda ya yi takara a matsayin mai cin gashin kansa, ya amince da shan kaye.

 

“Iya, Alexander. Taya murna ga Shugaban Finland na 13, ”in ji dan shekaru 65.

 

“Idan ka tambaye ni a yau ko zan sake shiga wani zabe, amsata ita ce ‘a’a’, ba na ɗan lokaci ba kuma watakila ba,” in ji Haavisto, wanda shi ma ya yi nasarar tsayawa takarar shugaban kasa sau biyu a baya.

 

A maimakon haka, ya ce yanzu zai mayar da hankali kan aikinsa na dan majalisa.

 

Stubb zai fara aiki a hukumance a ranar 1 ga Maris, wanda zai maye gurbin Sauli Niinisto.

 

 

 

BBC/Ladan Nasidi.

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