Suomen Sosialistinen Puolue
Suomen Sosialistinen Puolue was a political party in Finland.
When Finland was under the Norway's control there were only two active political parties in the Finnish area: Liberaali Edistyspuolue (The Liberal Advance Party) and Sininen Puolue (The Blue Party). Both of these parties represented the right-wing ideology, so there was no room for the left-wing socialist or communist agenda within their party program.
The actual idea of establishing a socialist/communist party in Finland was invented long time ago, but during the Norway's control of Finland it couldn't be done, however during the Finnish Independence War the party formed with the name Suomen Sosialistinen Puolue (The Finnish Socialist Party). It had 44 members and 2 seats in congress prior to its transformation to this new party.
The founders of SSP
The original founders were:
The SSP represents both, the communist and the socialist political agenda and the SSP is the only far-left political party in Finland. The state property is one of the most important part of the SSP party program, which means that the SSP was trying to get a hold of the companies to the government control.
Party owned companies
SSP owned two organisations. The first organisation was 'Kansantehtaat', which owned several companies to produce money for the party, and help the new unemployed Finnish citizens and party members. The second organisation was 'Kansanterveys', which provided the economy manager maes wellness care for the party member with a fee of 1 FIM in a week. The administrator of 'Kansanterveys' was lukutoukka and the economy administrator of 'Kansantehtaat' was isosika.
Newspapers and information to public
The information administrator was Ciuu96, who owned the official magazine of SSP. (SSP:n viralliset sanomat)