TALLINN - The ninth parliamentary election campaign in Estonia has been variously described as sleepy, quiet, lusterless and less-than-dynamic. There have been no major surprises, no revolutionary ideas and no promises to undertake a complete overhaul of the system. But this can be seen as a good thing. "It is a sign of things becoming normal," said Tarmu Tammerk, managing director of the Estonian Newspaper Association. "There are no revolutionary things to be done at the moment. The country has reached a certain stage in its development where it does not want major changes." "The campaign ...
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