There have been several dramatic headlines concerning the recent change in the Estonian government, in which the former Reform Party-led coalition (Reform Party, Social Democratic Party, Pro-Patria and Res Publica Union) was replaced by a new government, which has a prime minister (Juri Ratas) from the Centre Party (members of the new coalition include the Centre Party, Social Democratic Party, Pro-Patria and Res Publica Union). Epithets like “a turn to the left,” “pro-Russian government,” “pro-Kremlin Centre Party,” etc are often used to describe it, tho...
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