TALLINN – Deputy chairman of the Riigikogu's constitutional committee Lauri Laanemets said that the Estonian government is trying to evade assessments of the bill calling for the dismantling of the Supervisory Committee on Party Financing (ERJK) and placing its duties on the National Audit Office.
"It is unfortunate that the government, led by Prime Minister Juri Ratas, is holding back the content assessments of the ministries on the bill initiated by them," Laanemets told BNS. "The reason is also obvious, because the release of the Center Party f...
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