TALLINN - Members of the Coalition Party have called on their leader to step down in the wake of its massive defeat in the elections in March. The ruling KMU coalition, dominated by the Coalition Party, stood down quietly before Parliament last week and welcomed the incoming government of newly appointed Prime Minister Mart Laar. Outgoing Prime Minister Mart Siimann, chairman of the Coalition Party, has said little since the defeat of his party in the March 7 elections and declined to give interviews to the press. The Coalition Party decided at a recent board meeting that a party congress w...
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