The chair of Estonia's Riigikogu, or national parliament, Ene Ergma is unique to politics for a variety of reasons. After dedicating more than three decades to building a distinguished career in astrophysics, this year the renowned academic and space scientist took up the challenge of entering politics. Selected by her party for the job of parliamentary speaker, 58-year-old Ergma is the most senior ranking woman in the history of Estonian politics. Melanie O'Connell took the opportunity to gauge the parliamentary speaker's views on the upcoming EU referendum.The campaign for the EU referend...
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