There will be a general election in Estonia on March 6. Voting will be largely done electronically, so turnout should be comparatively high despite it being in the middle of winter. The Reform Party goes into this election asking for a further mandate of four years, with its minority partners, but does this Ansip government deserve this new mandate?Estonia is now in the eurozone, but at a terrible price. Unemployment is high amongst the young, and tragically so in the east of the country; the better educated are voting with their feet and leaving for what they think is a better life a...
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