The campaign is dull. The slogans are cute. Voters plead disinterest. Some claim disgust, claiming there is nary a one among the tired old faces running for Parliament who deserves their vote.Come election day, just more than half of the electorate bothers to head to the polls. The key difference in the campaign boils down to how to continue economic progress without ignoring those left behind, the crux of a couple of million campaigns throughout the developed countries of the world.Is Estonia, the world's favorite economic success story to emerge from the ruins of the Soviet Union, really ...
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