30 January 1995 ON 26 SEPTEMBER, the Estonian parliament removed Prime Minister Mart Laar from office. During his two years in power, Laar became a symbol of a country that had managed the transition to democracy and a market economy as well as any in Eastern Europe. Laar and his government colleagues were master salesmen […]

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