TALLINN - The men who allegedly offered money to the Centre Party at meetings bugged by the police are former ethnic Russian politicians of Estonia with ties to Gennadi Ever, who was assassinated in Russia in 2004, Postimees said on Tuesday.
According to Postimees, Stanislav Alter and Viktor Tarassov have been connected to the municipal authorities of Tallinn for years. About 15 years ago they began to establish a new political party in Tallinn called Unity of Estonia, or Yedinstvo v Estonii in Russian. Both Alter and Tarassov were members of the governing board of t...
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