TALLINN - The extended board of Estonia's opposition Conservative People's Party (EKRE) accepted at its meeting Saturday a statement which in part criticised the current conditions within the parliament.
"The first three rounds of Estonia's presidential election proved convincingly that it is impossible to avoid parties' political scheming in parliament. Rather the opposite — the current election procedure provides all conditions for horse trading, whose negative consequences are paid for by the Estonian people," the EKRE statement no...
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