Finland's political parties have reached an agreement on the distribution of Helsinki's prime City Council spots.
The coming mayor of Helsinki, Jan Vapaavuori said that the negotiations were concluded in record time. He tweeted the results of the negotiations on Saturday.
"In five days, all ten groups represented on the council agreed to the appointments in good spirits."
The National Coalition Party, largest on the council, secured the mayorship and one of four appointments for deputy mayor. The party's mandate also includes a focus on Helsinki's education sector.
As the second-largest party in the capital, the Greens received two deputy mayor spots -- one for urban environment development and one in charge of social services and healthcare.
The final deputy mayor slot along with the responsibility for culture and leisure went to the Social Democrats.
Vapaavuori says the party council groups will make their decisions for the four deputy mayorships by the end of the month.