The Estonian government is currently made up of two parties – the Reform Party and the Pro Patria and Res Publica Union (PPU). These two have years of experience of cooperating with each other and are the two main center-right parties on the political scene. Lately, however, there have been increasing reports of internal problems within the PPU which could in the end damage the coalition.The PPU is made up of two parties merging in 2006 – the Pro Patria Union and Res Publica. The original Pro Patria Union was a descendent of the independence movement and was a Christian ...
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