TALLINN - The constitutional committee of the Estonian parliament discussed a bill seeking to amend the Aliens Act, Higher Education Act, and Study Allowances and Study Loans Act and decided to sent the draft legislation to first reading in the Riigikogu.
Chairman of the committee Paul Puustusmaa said that the bill concerns many important areas, which is why it warrants thorough discussion in the parliament, spokespeople for the Riigikogu said. Puustusmaa noted that interest groups have submitted numerous proposals to the bill.
"We will definitely ...
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