TALLINN - Estonian President Arnold Ruutel received a verbal warning from the nation's security police last week for forgetting to mention his stake in an agricultural company in his annual income statement.Although in failing to provide this information Ruutel had breached the law on anticorruption, the security police decided to merely warn him because the violation was quite formal and did not result in any illegal profit or damage to a third-party entity."Having listened to President Arnold Ruutel's explanations about the reasons for not mentioning the stake and the property [in the d...
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