Estonian PM: Changing election rules requires broader consensus than govt's

  • 2016-10-06
  • BNS/TBT Staff
TALLINN - The Estonian government today discussed proposals suggested by the minister of justice concerning potential changes to the election system, determining that all of the ideas, including modifications to the rules for presidential election, necessitate a broader consensus than solely that of the government, Prime Minister Taavi Roivas said. Speaking at a government press conference, Roivas said that a wide range of topics was discussed — from changes to the rules for electing the president to other matters of principal nature related to the organisation of e...
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