Politics, in a very real sense, boils down to the art of dodging incrimination. Paul-Eerik Rummo, Estonia's minister of population and ethnic affairs and member of the Reform Party, has recently come under fire for mismanaging a commission charged with assessing the nation's 20th century history and for reportedly proposing to grant citizenship to two ethnic Russian businessmen who were poised to join the Reformists in the run-up to municipal elections. Mr. Rummo shared details on the scandal and what he intends to do with The Baltic Times.Why did the Lihula commission cease to exist? Is it...
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