TALLINN - The March elections are being depicted increasingly as a beauty contest between the Reform Party and the Center Party but such a simple race is far from being run. Although the two parties have consistently topped the opinion polls, neither is likely to win an outright majority in the upcoming elections. Both, however, need to find an ally if they are to form some kind of government. Lately the Center Party seems to have been gaining a lead over Reform. A Saar Poll survey at the end of November and the beginning of December found the Centrists topped the list, by a narrow majorit...
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