TALLINN – Following the parliamentary elections on Sunday, Center Party member and Tallinn Mayor Taavi Aas said on Wednesday that he will most likely continue as the mayor of the Estonian capital.
"The situation is busy, the work of the city government will continue, a sitting has been held and everything will continue completely as usual. No changes at all," Aas said.
He also acknowledged that altogether eight people from the city government of Tallinn were elected to parliament on Sunday. "Naturally, everyone will have to face internal debate on how to proceed now. What to do, whether to continue or head to the parliament. I think that everyone still has a few days to think," the mayor said.
"When it comes to myself, I once more affirm that I will most likely continue in the city of Tallinn but the final decision can nevertheless come slightly later," Aas added.