With 48 votes in favor, the Tallinn city council on January 24 approved a proposal to reduce the number of members of the council of the capital from 79 to 63, the news portal of public broadcaster ERR reported.
According to council chairman Mihhail Kolvart, who submitted the proposal, the number of members was increased 10 years ago with the idea that that would enable election coalitions to get into the council, too, but this result never came, ERR's Aktuaalne Kaamera newscast reported.
Kolvart said that every city district would have five mandate...
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