Speaking at a meeting of the Reform Party's extended board in Tartu on February 15, chairperson of the party Kaja Kallas said that the task of the biggest opposition force is to offer a positive alternative to the government currently in power.
"Our positive alternative for Estonia is very easy to put into words. We stand for an open and friendly Estonia where all groups of society are treated with respect. It is an Estonia where ambition, private initiative and the possibility of comprehensive self-realization are valued. An Estonia that is open to new ideas and...
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