The Center and the National Coalition were at odds over the bill, with 13 of the former’s 25 and 10 of the latter’s 36 lawmakers voting against it. The Movement Now and Power to the People groups also opposed the bill.
A total of 17 MPs were absent from the vote.
The deal enables adults to change their legal gender by application without a doctor’s opinion, separates the processes of legal gender identification and medical gender reassignment, and removes the sterilization requirement for people who change their gender marker. .
Until now, Finnish legislation has required that the person changing their gender marker must prove that they have been sterilized or that they are otherwise unable to reproduce.
Aleksi Teivainen – HT
Source: The Nordic Page