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15 March 1998 THE ESTONIAN SUPREME COURT ruled in early February that a law requiring parliamentary deputies to speak Estonian is unconstitutional. President Lennart Meri had turned to the court in December after twice refusing to approve the law. Meri said the legislation would upset the constitutional balance of powers because it would allow the […]