TALLINN – Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid promulgated the new governing coalition's package of tax amendments despite interest groups' opposition, as well as the 2017 State Budget Act, on Friday.
“My position is that if I did not promulgate this law I would interfere in fiscal policy to an extent to which I have no right under the Constitution,” the president said in a press release.
The president said she signed the bill of tax amendments into law despite the circumstances of its adoption with which she cannot be satisfied...
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