TALLINN – The time of county governments will soon be over, Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas said in an opinion piece published in the regional daily Meie Maa on Wednesday.
“I can hereby confirm that our joint decision is to relinquish county governments, and we will hand over their tasks to local governments and their joint institutions. County governments' state supervision functions would be handed over to state institutions,” Ratas said.
According to Ratas this does not mean that the right to decide would be centered in Talli...
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