TALLINN - Twelve Estonian local government leaders have jointly appealed to the chairmen of the three parties negotiating a new coalition agreement, requesting a stop to the ongoing administrative reform, Postimees Online reports.
The administrative reform law, which was approved on June 7 and became effective on July 1, was hurried through parliament despite needing longer and more meticulous consideration, the municipal leaders stated in their appeal to Centre Party chairman Juri Ratas, Pro Patria and Res Publica Union (IRL) chairman Margus Tsahkna, and Social Democrati...
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