TALLINN - Three major political parties, including two in the ruling coalition, have ignored the president-sponsored Public Understanding Accord signed on Oct. 20 by 38 various organizations.The opposition Center Party and the two largest coalition parties, Res Publica and the Reform Party, did not sign the document that was initiated by President Arnold Ruutel and placed as one of the highest priorities of his office.The accord, similar to those created in Ireland in the late 1980s, sets strategic goals for the social and economic development of the country. The aims include a higher birth...
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