The opposition Reform Party's plan to send the decision of whether to support the UN Global Compact on migration from the parliament back to the government was supported by the foreign affairs committee of the Estonian parliament.
According to the daily Postimees, this amendment proposal was supported by five MPs and opposed by four MPs.
Altogether 15 amendment proposals were on the table at an extraordinary UN migration framework related sitting of the foreign affairs committee on Friday, of which the committee approved seven. Among those was the R...
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