Tallinn city officials set aside difference

  • 2005-09-10
TALLINN 's Politicians from the Center Party and Res Publica announced on Friday that the row that erupted over the appointment of the city auditor have been settled.

The spat, which resulted in the cancellation of a city meeting on Wednesday, also came about because of disagreements over public opinion surveys and how the city would buy a former workers' dormitory that had been sold to a private company.

Toomas Vitsut, chairman of the Tallinn coalition council and a member of the Center Party, said Res Publica had conducted an overview of the tender procedures completed for selecting the internal auditor.

"It means that the city government will on Wednesday [Sept. 14] endorse Krista Vainola as internal auditor," the deputy mayor said.