The extended board of the opposition Estonian Conservative People's Party (EKRE) adopted a declaration on Saturday calling for the possibility of popular initiative to be written into law to give citizens more say in the making of fundamental state decisions.
"A quarter of a century after the restoration of independence, there is serious dissatisfaction among the people with how decisions concerning our state and the people are being made and in what direction the society is being directed," the declaration reads.
EKRE says that the r...
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