After much waiting and debating, Estonian voters approved a referendum on EUaccession and revved up for a new future as a member in the European bloc.Estonia can take enormous satisfaction from the result. Of all the 10accession countries, it has been one of the most impressive in negotiatingthe difficult political and economic transition toward EU membership.With almost 67 percent of those who cast their ballots saying "yes" to theEU, the many politicians who worked so hard to see their country join theunion save a vocal group of Euroskeptics within the Center Party canbreathe a sigh o...
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