The probability of Estonia's next president getting elected in the parliamentary ballot rounds is low, political scientist Tonis Saarts from Tallinn University revealed following the Reform Party’s confirmation of honourary chairman Siim Kallas as its presidential candidate today.
"For now, other parties have not given very enthusiastic signals of their willingness to back Kallas. It's a question of the Reform Party's own ability, pure and simple, which agreements it manages to hammer out with different parties to secure support for Kallas," Sa...
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