Tonis Molder, chairman of the social affairs committee of the Estonian parliament and member of the Center Party, said on August 12 it is regrettable that Isamaa chair Helir-Valdor Seeder is standing against the extraordinary pension hike plan and added that without this decision, the debate on changing the second pension pillar will also stall in the Riigikogu.
"The extraordinary pension hike must be carried out quickly. There can be no delays or some kind of different thinking when it comes to this issue," Molder said. "In the event that this is opposed o...
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