TALLINN - Kadri Simson, leader of the opposition Centre Party group in the Estonain parliament, said today that newly-elected president Kersti Kaljulaid may have an uneasy relationship with the government.
"Of course, she may prove an uncomfortable president for the government and her biggest strength — competency in economics — obviously will not let the government to be in a comfort zone either, now that we've been having economic stagnation for the fourth year in a row," Simson remarked to BNS before the election outcome was revealed.
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