TALLINN - The Estonian Reform Party's parliamentary group on Thursday unanimously nominated chairman of the party and former prime minister Taavi Roivas as deputy chairman of the Riigikogu and Kristen Michal for chairman of the parliamentary group.
"We want to offer a strong right-wing alternative to the government," Roivas said according to spokespeople. "We have a very experienced team in the group, including several people with experience as minister or committee chairman.”
The group also backed Roivas' suggestion to name...
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