TALLINN - The three parties ready to set the course in government over the next four years have promised not to steer Estonia away from the European Union. The coalition of the Pro Patria Union, the Reform Party and the Moderates looks set to form the new government in Estonia and have published their policy program for the next four years. The trio's designated candidate for prime minister, Mart Laar, stressed the importance of creating a society friendly to families and children in a speech to Parliament March 22. Laar said his government would aim to have Estonia a full member of the Eur...
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