The three parties making up the Estonian government have recovered from the scandal concerning Police and Border Guard Board chief Elmar Vaher and supporters of the parties have found their way back to them, it appears from a survey commissioned by the daily Postimees and carried out by pollster Kantar Emor.
The Reform Party is still continuing as the overwhelming leader of party ratings, but the party has lost some of its supporters this month.
"The tensions of mid-August had only a short-term impact," Kantar Emor survey manager Aivar V...
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