Forming a coalition proved daunting for Estonia’s new prime minister. But he finally settled on a government that, while more left-wing than its predecessor, will likely share similar policies by SAULIUS GIRNIUS ESTONIAN VOTERS HURT by the rapid pace of market reform unceremoniously dumped their conservative government in the 5 March parliamentary elections. But a […]

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