Farmers' parties may bolt government

  • 1998-10-29
TALLINN (BNS) - The Estonian government's reluctance to compensate farmers for crop failures may lead to farm parties' departure from the cabinet."Prediction is a thankless job, but it seems that it would be difficult for farm politicians to stay on in the coalition in this case," said Parliament Deputy Chairman Ants Kaarma, who belongs to the Rural Union.The farm parties are not prepared to go along with the government's refusal to comply with the legislature's orders, Kaarma added."It's good form for the government to respond positively to the legislature's decisions as a matter of course...
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