TALLINN - Pro Patria Union, one of the two minor opposition parties in Estonia'sParliament, said it was willing to run on a joint ticket with Res Publica innext year's elections to the European Parliament, though the party still hasdoubts about the prospect of an electoral alliance.At an Aug. 22 conference arranged by the European People's Party in Riga, adiscussion ensued about how cooperation between right-wing parties must beintensified ahead of the Europarliament elections, said Tunne Kelam chairmanof Pro Patria Union."Res Publica and Pro Patria Union promised to take this into account,...
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