The last batch of elections have clearly showed that Baltic voters are in the mood for changes. And not just any changes, but for a concerted mopping-up of the endemic corruption that - voters are ostensibly saying - is preventing the region from realizing its fullest potential. The impressive successes of Einars Repse's New Era and Juhan Parts' Res Publica in parliamentary elections have a common denominator - one that appealed to large segments of the Latvian and Estonian populations. Both parties are new, vibrant, relatively untarnished and led by successful former government officials w...
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