The political movement Estonia 200, which announced on August 21 it would set up a political party and take part in parliamentary elections in March, has a chance to win seats in the Riigikogu, but the biggest obstacle may be a shortage of well-known candidates and competition between new parties, said Aivar Voog, head of pollster Kantar Emor.
"Results of a survey carried out in May show that a new party with the name Estonia 200 would have a chance to win seats in the parliament," Voog said, referring to a survey commissioned by BNS and the daily Postimees. Sup...
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