TALLINN - Estonia's presidential elections may be more than a year off, but that has not stopped the public from chattering about the man they would like to see succeed Lennart Meri.According to a new public opinion poll, Moderate Party leader Andres Tarand leads the bunch, with 17 percent of those questioned supporting him for Estonia's top job. Center Party and opposition leader Edgar Savisaar comes in a close second, garnering 15 percent support.The presidential election has been thrust into the spotlight in the run-up to this month's local elections. The Center Party has spent part of i...
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