“A right to personal integrity is one of the core values that our society is based on and that everyone here must follow,” President Sauli Niinistö said in a statement about the series of sexual abuses in Oulu.
“The acts in Oulu are shocking us with their inhumanity. It’s even more shocking that these deeds have targeted children.”
According to Niinistö, it’s unbearable that more suspicions have surfaced. “It’s unbearable that some who have sought asylum from us, and even received an asylum, have brought evil to us and created insecurity.”
Niinistö continued by saying that good must also be capable to firmness. “We must by being more determined than before act by making sure that Finland will continue to be a righteous and safe country. We need an open and factual discussion and decisions that are weighted thoroughly. The problems must be grasped and they must be solved.”
“Everyone who has the will to adjust to our society, regardless of their background, deserves that,” Niinistö concluded.