In the Nordic countries, the situation of predators in nature is often a hotly debated issue. Green parties, and other parties with a strongly urban voter-base, often hold the point of view that predators are part of nature and that a healthy population should be allowed to exist. Parties with a strong rural voter-base often propose a strong policy of hunting predators such as wolves, arguing that their existance makes life for people in rural areas difficult or impossible.
In The Netherlands (not a nordic country), the nationalist conservative party is critical of hunting, whereas the Swedish nationalist conservative party supports a strong reduction in the number of wolves, via hunting. The parties are of different nature and perhaps their respective points of view are rather motivated by populism rather than a particular ideology.
What is the point of view of the Finnish nationalist conservative political party True Finns (Finnish: Perussuomalaiset, Swedish: Sannfinländarna) with regard to hunting and the presence of predators in nature?