TALLINN - It was on May 22 when Estonian Reform Party member Silver Meikar wrote an article in the Estonian daily Postimees about the funding of parties. He stated that he gave money - 115,000 kroons (7,370 euros) - to his party, money that was not his. More precisely, this money was given to him by another party member, Kalev Lillo. Before the donation the secretary-general of the Reform Party (now the Justice Minister) Kristen Michal asked him if he would agree to participate in this scheme.Meikar’s answer at that time was: “Whatever. Let’s do it.” With mor...
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