While a four-member bloc of right-wing parties in Estonia is gunning hard for a triumphant return to power after the parliamentary elections set for March 7, a poll promises few big changes in terms of new political currents or policy shifts.The Estonian Electoral Commission closed its candidate registration books Jan. 26 with 13 parties and an astounding 1,900 or so candidates hoping for a share of the 101-seat Parliament. Parties are now just starting their campaigns, and they will intensify their efforts in the days to come. The main novelty for these elections is the outlawing of electo...
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