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A new government of Estonia was sworn in on 6 April. It will once again be led by Andrus Ansip, the head of the liberal Estonian Reform Party (RE), which won the parliamentary elections in March. The prime minister’s party entered…
Analyses | | Paweł Siarkiewicz
The electorate appreciated the government's restrictive financial policy that prevented Estonia from taking out foreign loans in the recession and facilitated the country's entry to the euro zone in January 2011. Prime Minister Ansip…
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A solemn ceremony of fixing a cross on the dome of an Orthodox church, which took place on 19 February in Lasnamae, a district of Tallinn where ethnic Russian residents are predominant, became an element of the Centre Party’s campaign…
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The euro became the official currency in Estonia on 1 January. The introduction of the common currency, which became possible owing to a policy of sharp budget cuts, crowns the difficult economic reforms and symbolically closes the…