Coalition breakthrough expected this week

  • 2003-03-20
  • Aleksei Gunter
TALLINNA detailed, step-by-step tax reform could be the key to forging a political compromise in the three-party coalition talks continuing after the recent parliamentary elections. According to reports, the budget, tax reform and social policy issues were the main topics of the March 17 and 18 talks between Res Publica, the Reform Party and People's Union. Tonis Palts, a member of Res Publica's negotiations team, told Eesti Paevaleht that a gradual change of the law on income tax could be a possible solution for all interested parties. Specifically, the income tax could be reduced by 2 per...
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