People following the latest news in Estonia have been pretty astonished by recent political developments in the country. The nation is vetoing fiscal policy decisions at the EU level, a key government minister has been attempting to fire a high-ranking official whilst ignoring any regulations or laws, the same minister recently labelled one of Estonia’s leading universities as “a school specialised in horse-thief training” and the 1988-1991 Singing Revolution was referred to as “mass hysteria” by a member of government.
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