Speaking on a webcast of the opposition Reform Party on May 21, former Estonian prime minister and current MEP Andrus Ansip said that the government's actions during the coronavirus crisis have been characterized by cacophony and lack of control.
"Since the start of the crisis, the government has been dragging behind the people, also the emergency situation was declared under pressure from the people," Ansip said on the program titled "Mis Eestist saab?" ("What will Become of Estonia?").
"People are ke...
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