The Estonian state must come to understand the necessity of a state reform that would cut the number of officials exercising public authority by half, Juri Raidla, prominent lawyer and former minister of justice, said in his speech at a festive meeting dedicated to the centennial of the Republic of Estonia on February 19.
"Let us double the salaries of the rest of officials and let us cut the deadlines of administrative procedures by half. And then let us check whether the effectiveness of the state improved twofold or a little less," Raidla said at the meeting ...
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