TALLINN - A negative outcome of the upcoming EU referendum would cause major economicand political havoc, according to a report released on Aug. 22 by anadvisory council that analyzes strategic issues for the Foreign Ministry.Ordered by the Foreign Ministry, the report weighed the economic, social andpolitical consequences of a "no" vote on the Sept. 14 referendum."In the current situation the Œno' scenario is not sustainable," said ErikTerk, head of the Institute for Future Studies and a member of the advisorycouncil.According to the report, preparations for a new referendum would take atl...
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