PM’s car involved in accidentLocal News
- Security starts with familyLocal News
- Government tax policy seems randomEconomy
- Beer giants fail to change government's mindEconomy
- Prime Minister: Estonia not spying on TrumpLocal News
- X-file reveals hidden truth about Rail BalticEconomyOutspoken critic of the Rail Baltic project MP Igor Gräzin was not accommodated in January when he asked Prime Minister Jüri Ratas for a presentation given during a 2011 cabinet meeting regarding the railroad. State Secretary Heiki Loot refused to release the document as the economy ministry had deemed it exclusively for in-house use for a period of a decade.
- Ratas' plan would help half of stateless personsLocal NewsPrime Minister Jüri Ratas, who came under a barrage of questions from the opposition during yesterday's Riigikogu Question Time, was forced to assure members of parliament on several occasions that the Center Party's idea to give people who have lived in Estonia for more than 25 years citizenship does not mean an indiscriminate campaign to throw passports at everyone.
- Citizens said no to blanket citizenshipLocal News
- Businessmen make huge donation in exchange for decisionsLocal News
- Time of county governments will soon be overLocal News
- USA will remain in NATO under Trump presidencyLocal NewsArizona Senator John McCain assured at his meeting with Estonia’s Prime Minister Jüri Ratas yesterday that the USA will retain its position in NATO. Ratas emphasized at the news conference after the meeting the importance of NATO for Estonia and the Estonians. He added that the EU and NATO should develop closer cooperation. McCain congratulated Ratas on becoming the premier and expressed hope that cooperation between the two countries will continue.
- How to spin political moneyLocal News
- Estonian PM: Govt's 100 days' program sets out 98 tasksLocal News
- Savisaar hoped for money from Kremlin two years agoLocal News
- Ratas promises no prime minister's show on Tallinn TVLocal News
- Ratas' government takes officeLocal News
- Our coalition can do without monkey businessLocal News
- Future government plans wide-ranging tax reformEconomyThe new government plans to introduce an €315 million investment program, privatize, either in part or in full, four state-owned companies, lay down a banking tax, abolish income tax incentives on loan interests etc. Grand redistribution of taxes is also in the pipeline that will see minimum income exempt from tax raised from the current 170 euros a month to 500 euros from 2018.
- Coalition agreement progress one day at a timeLocal NewsEstonia's possible new triumvirate government hopes to sign the coalition agreement, talks on which kicked off with security topics the day before yesterday, by the end of next week. Yesterday saw the parties move on to tax and economic questions, which are also on the agenda for today. The hopeful coalition will work through Saturday to take a day of rest before the new week on Sunday.
- Ratas says no long coalition agreement will be drawn upLocal News
- Center Party to form new governmentLocal News
- Center removes LooneLocal NewsThe board of the Center Party removed secretary-general Oudekki Loone from office yesterday, in the aftermath of the party's letters of guarantee scandal. The board also made a proposal to hold an extraordinary party congress on November 5 that should see Jüri Ratas run for chairman. Loone's duties will be taken over by former MP and social minister, board member Jaak Aab.
- Reps rising as Presidential candidate for CentreLocal News
- Editorial: what sort of a president would be good for Estonia?Opinion
- Estonian Olympic Committee entering presidential elections Three still running, five days to goSport
- Seli to go. How? When? Who's next? Wanted: fresh head for Estonian Olympic CommitteeSport
- Savisaar vs Simson – no bowing outLocal News
- Savisaar's greed to serve Centre a grilling?Local News
- Estonian basketball – like country bumpkins at Oscars GalaSportIs Estonian basketball really 15 years behind rest of Europe, according to the coach Priit Vene working long-term in Lithuania? Is the international level totally lacking and the team a bunch of good-for-nothings as hundreds or even thousands of fans opine in social Media? Painful questions, and hard to answer to the backdrop of emotions created by initial games at European Championship.
- Riigikogu recordings semi-secret, for nowLocal News
- Reformers purge their sinners while soc dems go gamblingLocal News
- Jüri Ratas hoping for coalition with soc demsLocal News