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The Ombudsman exercises oversight to ensure that public authorities and officials observe the law and fulfil their du­ties. The scope of oversight includes also other parties performing public functions.

The aim is to ensure good administration and the observance of constitutional and human rights.

The present Parliamentary Ombudsman is Mr. Petri Jääskeläinen. The Deputy-Ombudsman are Mr. Jussi Pajuoja and Ms. Maija Sakslin.

Lawyers with the advisory function can help you in writing a complaint, but they don't give juridical assistance.
On duty hours: Mon, Wed, Fri from 9 to 12 and on Tue, Thu from 12 to 15.
The advisory service is on summer break from 19th June to 2nd August. During this time the lawyers with the advisory function are not on duty.

Press release

Deputy-Ombudsman criticizes delays in the ICT project VITJA of the police
A failure to reach targets set by the Parliament


[18/06/15 15:30 ]
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