TALLINN - Looking back over the first 100 days of his government, Prime Minister Juhan Parts described the performance of the three-party Cabinet coalition as a "good start."Parts, who was chair of the party Res Publica, listed the speeding tickets of the justice minister and lack of funds to perform all intended reforms as the main negative events of the government's first 100 days at work, a measuring stick for the performance of political pundits across the world.According to Parts, the government can be proud of the revised budget policy and cutting of administrative costs, EU accession...
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