Res Publica plans for European Parliament

  • 2003-09-11
  • Aleksei Gunter
TARTU - Res Publica, the key coalition party in the Estonian government, re-electedPrime Minister Juhan Parts as its chair and approved joining the EuropeanPeople¹s Party at the third annual party congress in Tartu on Sept. 6.The party said that preparations for gaining seats in the EuropeanParliament elections in June 2004 and internal party reforms would be itstop priorities for the coming year.Joining the European People¹s Party, a joint organization for EU memberstates¹ right-wing parties, would provide Res Publica with an opportunity togain seats in the European Parliament if Estonia v...
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