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Olavi Juhani Mäenpää (born 29 November 1950, in Tyrvää) is a Finnish politician and former chairman of Finnish People's Blue-whites (Suomen Kansan Sinivalkoiset, SKS), a political party aligned with the far right. He has been a member of the city council of Turku, his home city, since 1992.
In the municipal election of 2004, Mäenpää received a total of 2,208 votes, more than any other candidate in Turku. Mäenpää has also appeared as a candidate in elections to the Finnish parliament (Eduskunta) and the European Parliament, but has not been successful.
In 2010, Mäenpää joined the Finnish Freedom Party, and the SKS was dissolved.
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