TALLINN – Under the valid Constitution of Estonia, the relationship between the state and the citizen is not a vassal relationship, but one that places value foremost in being human and the freedoms of each individual person, President Kersti Kaljulaid said in her speech at a public meeting of the parliamentary constitutional committee marking the centennial of the Constitution of the Republic of Estonia on Monday.
"Our constitutional order, as decided about by the people in 1992, is extremely diverse. First, there is the person. Then, there is the citize...
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