Estonia in brief

  • 2003-11-27
Over a half of Estonians would support the death penalty for certain crimes, and almost 50 percent consider retaliation justified, according to a recent survey conducted by Saar Poll pollster and the Estonian Council of Churches. The survey, which was dedicated to ethical issues, also revealed that family and friends are considered to be the most valuable thing for 76 percent of Estonians. Two thirds of the respondents supported legalization of euthanasia.A Parnu administrative court cancelled the detail planning of the Saaremaa deep-water port on Nov. 24. The plaintiff, the Estonian Fund f...
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