In recent years, there has been a remarkable change in Estonia’s political leadership. The new generation of younger, more democratic leaders have stepped in, and have replaced the typical post-communist leaders – the semi-authoritarian leadership styles so far epitomized by Edgar Savisaar and Andrus Ansip.
Just a month ago, even the Estonian Reform Party elected a new chairman, and former Prime Minister Taavi Roivas was replaced by a more compromise-seeking, participation-orientated and less confrontational Hanno Pevkur. One can call the new Estonian party le...
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