"The Local Government Pensions Institution (KEVA), which is one of the players in the controversy over election campaign financing, rents apartments to four Members of Parliament."Again the pension fund messing up withreal estate- Do they really think that money that pensionnner or young worker have been paying can be used for personal purpose- do they think it is money at their disposition- utterly discouraging, staying polite...
"Minister of Transport and Communications Anu Vehviläinen (Centre), Minister of the Interior Anne Holmlund (Nat. Coalition Party), and Centre Party members of Parliament Hannes Manninen and Mirja Vehkaperä all have rental apartments owned by KEVA, which they use while they are in Helsinki."I would like to know as well how much and what type of property they own and the type of financing they had to contract in order to purchase them.
"The rental terms are the same as for any tenants, except for Manninen, who pays EUR 412.39 a month for his 42-square metre two-room flat in Tikkurila in Vantaa. One possible reason for his relatively low rent could be that the lease dates back 14 years."
Corruption and real estate Part 1