Finnish ministers continue their tour of public libraries across the country to explain their government program.
Next Monday 12 August, the Minister of Employment, Timo Harakka, and the Minister of Economic Affairs, Katri Kulmuni, will visit the public library of Tikkurila. And the next day, Tuesday 13 August, Minister Harakka will go on with a visit to the library of Kerava, informed the Finnish Government in a press release.
During this summer, Prime Minister Antti Rinne's government is travelling around the country to discuss the government program. Meetings are held in public libraries, where the purpose of the discussions is to outline the government's main objectives and to hear feedback on the program from the citizens.
Minister Timo Harakka and Katri Kulmuni will discuss the Government Program and answer questions from the public at Tikkurila Library on Monday 12 August, from 12.30 to 13.30.
Minister of Employment Harakka will visit Kerava's Library on Tuesday 13 August, from 17:00 to 18:00 also to present the Government Program and answer questions from the public.