TALLINN - Andres Parmas, the incoming prosecutor general of Estonia, is not planning to carry out any fundamental changes in the makeup of the prosecutor's office, what he intends to focus on instead is improving the investigation of economic crimes, the online news portal of public broadcaster ERR reports.
"Things can always be done better and to higher standards. There are a few key areas I would like to point out where the prosecutor's office has perhaps been somewhat less effective and delivered weaker results, such as the recovery, confiscation and detec...
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