The Supreme Court of Estonia is set to discuss on Aug. 4 the application of President Kersti Kaljulaid to declare the law on the reform of the system of mandatory funded pensions, adopted by the parliament without changes for a second time in mid-March, to be inconsistent with the Constitution.
The Riigikogu first adopted the law on the mandatory funded pension reform, which seeks to do away with mandatory funded pension, on Jan. 29 this year. After the president had refused to sign the bill into law on Feb. 7, the parliament passed the bill in unchanged form again on Mar...
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