The collapse of any government in the Baltics leads to a messy political imbroglio, as observers in Estonia would now agree. One never can tell how the allegiances, like a house of cards, will fall. To make sense of the current chaos and how it came to be, The Baltic Times interviewed Jaanika Hammal, an analyst at TNS Emor, a leading pollster that monitors the country's political developments. Compared to the previous governments, how did the Cabinet of Juhan Parts do rating-wise? Did the rating continuously decline after the government took office in April 2003?Compared to the governments ...
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