TALLINN - If the no-confidence motion against Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas is approved in parliament on Wednesday, the government will continue its work in the same composition until a new government has been authorised to office.
The Estonian parliament is set to discuss the motion of no confidence against Roivas tomorrow at 2 p.m. The initiator of the motion will present an overview of the motion and then the prime minister will have an opportunity to address the group. Following Roivas’ appeal, MPs will be able to ask the head of government questions and ...
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