A wimpy message, internal splits and a confused identity might keep the Coalition Party from returning to power, as Denise Albrighton reports.The Coalition Party came to power victoriously in 1995, but the party preparing for election today has lost several coalition partners, a prime minister and some top politicians. Headed by Prime Minister Mart Siimann the Coalition Party is the dominating force in the ruling minority KMU coalition of the Rural Union, the Country People's Party and the Pensioners and Families' Party. Since 1995, the party has seen the coming and going of the Center Part...
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