The Finnish People's Blue-whites (Finnish: Suomen Kansan Sinivalkoiset; Swedish: Finlands Folkets Blåvita) is a Finnish association with a far-right nationalist agenda, led by the controversial political figure Olavi Mäenpää. It was founded in 1993, but it didn't become a registered political party until 2002, losing this status in 4 April 2007. It currently has one representative in the city council of Turku, held by chairman Mäenpää.
In the municipal election of 2004, the party received 3.6% of the vote in Turku, with Mäenpää getting more votes than any other candidate in the city. The party subsequently attained two seats in the city council, but the holder of the other seat, vice-chairman Timo Virtanen, was expelled from the party shortly afterwards.
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