TALLINNThe Center Party's unclear position regarding Estonia's bid to join the EU has irritated Prime Minister Juhan Parts, who stated that a major political force such as the Centrists should have a clear stance on such an all-important issue.The Center Party's council meeting at the end of June, which was expected to produce a point of view on whether or not Estonia should join the EU, resulted in an indecisive call on the public to vote in the Sept. 14 referendum."The Center Party calls every Estonian citizen voter to take part in the Sept. 14 referendum. Those who will not come will los...
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