Kaja Kallas, the leader of Estonia’s Reform Party was set to become Estonia's first female prime minister after her party garnered 29% of the votes in the country’s parliamentary elections on March 3, but the former MEP has failed to find a common ground on tax policies with Juri Ratas, the leader of the race’s runner-up, Center Party, which received 23% of the votes. With The Baltic Times going to press on March 25, Center was in talks over a new Cabinet with the far-right Conservative People's Party of Estonia (EKRE), which has called for a referendum on EU membe...
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