TALLINN - Estonian state leaders condemned the situation in which a Social Democratic Party member’s e-correspondence unlawfully ended up at the headquarters of Estonia’s Center Party, reports National Broadcasting. President Toomas Hendrik Ilves delivered on Jan. 18 an emergency TV address dedicated to the matter; Prime Minister Andrus Ansip and Riigikogu speaker Ene Ergma also expressed a negative opinion, saying that politicians who do not respect the constitution and the European human rights convention should not be in politics.The Security Police (KaPo) found nearly ...
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