Finland’s Social Democrats seek coalition allies as political landscape fragments

By Anne Kauranen HELSINKI (Reuters) – Finland’s Social Democrats (SDP) embarked on Monday on the complex task of forming a governing coalition, after beating a nationalist, anti-immigration party by a hairsbreadth in the most fragmented election in the country’s history. The SDP, which finished first in Sunday’s ballot with 17.7 percent, could team up with two smaller left-wing parties, its leader Antti Rinne said. “At first sight they feel like the most natural…