Posters and graffiti were put up in Tampere to mark the 150th anniversary of the Paris Commune. On the poster it is written "Vaalit, ei! Vallankumous, kyllä! Eläköön Pariisin kommuuni 150 vuotta!" which means: Elections, no! Revolution, yes! Long live the Paris Commune, for 150 years!
On March 18, the day the Paris Commune was conquered 150 years ago, posters and paintings appeared in Turku. It highlight the anniversary of the Paris Commune, for the boycott of the elections and for the need to reconstitute the Communist Party, and to establish the dictatorship of the proletariat.