2 October 2001 TALLINN, 28 September (STINA)– After a long and troublesome process, former communist Arnold Ruutel was elected president of Estonia on 21 September. On 8 October, he will succeed to Lennart Meri who has held the office since 1993. The presidential election took place in a context of scandals, including the allegations of […]

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