Speaking in Vantaa on Saturday he said internal friction and squabbles were visible on many fronts. Long term disagreements have now burst into a public quarrel, he claimed.
The opposition leader challenged the government to come clean on whether it had planned or not for the disintegration of the euro. He said an answer should be given at the next meeting of the Parliamentary Grand Committee, which handles EU policy matters.
Finns Party Parliamentarian Group Chair Pirkko Ruohonen-Lerner noted on Saturday that the SDP and National Coalition parties were trying to divert attention away from the issue of care for the elderly by arguing over EU policy.
In her view, the billions of euros earmarked for bailouts would help finance many elderly care projects.