All of Finland's has resigned. It wanted to make and healthcare reforms for Finland's . However, politicians voted against the . Finland's Prime Minister Juha Sipila said he was " disappointed". He said he would stay on in a "" government until in April. Mr Sipila wanted the reforms because Finland's is aging - people are getting older. It is under a lot of pressure. The government said its planned reforms would save up to $3.4 billion over the next ten .
Politicians in Finland think the resigning is a big mistake. They think the government should stay in until April's elections. Mr Sipila said resigning was the thing to do because it had no . He said: "My government has no choice but to hand in its of resignation. I'll shoulder my responsibility." Mr Sipila's colleagues said it was for the government to resign. One member of the Centre Party said: "If asks what responsibility means, then I would say that this resignation is an ".