Two Tartu deputy mayors suspected of corruptionLocal News
- Aas: EKRE-Reform cooperation could shift balance in TallinnLocal News
- IRL's support falls below election threshold of 5 pctLocal News
- Estonia: Ratings of Center, Reform even outLocal News
- Center Party again tops popularity ratings in FebruaryLocal News
- RKAS cleared, corruption suspicions remainEconomy
- Pentus-Rosimannus possibly involved with ArsenalLocal News
- Shadow of corruption over Arsenal centerEconomy
- Change of course might have been result of lobbyingLocal News
- Businessmen make huge donation in exchange for decisionsLocal News
- Pevkur prepared to cooperate with everyoneLocal News
- Pevkur would rein in backroomLocal NewsThe general assembly of the Reform Party is scheduled to elect a new chairman on the first Saturday of the new year. Chairman candidate Hanno Pevkur believes that his competitor Kristen Michal and some other members have played a more important role in the party than their titles would suggest. This is something that should change, Pevkur demands.
- Michal backed by Ansip and RõivasLocal News
- Taavi Rõivas: my mistake was losing watchfulnessLocal NewsThere are people in the Reform Party who believe the new government of the Center Party, Pro Patria Res Publica Union, and the social democrats is fueled and kept together only by their shared hatred of the reformists' success, while there are also those who want to slow things down, perhaps even analyze mistakes that have been made, and prepare for the next election.
- Taavi Roivas was PM 974 daysLocal News
- Tax hikes in the pipelineEconomy
- Ratas: Estonian Center Party's agreement with United Russia is non-activeLocal News
- Thorny path towards a new governmentLocal News
- Heads of 5 Estonian parlt groups invite PM to resign by 2 p.m. on WednesdayLocal News
- Estonian PM not to resignLocal News
- Center Party's rating climbs to 25 pctLocal News
- President in seven daysEstonian newsExactly seven days ago today, Kersti Kaljulaid took a call from Chairman of the Riigikogu Eiki Nestor. What he had to say was brief and concise: «Hello, Kersti. I'm calling you on behalf of the Riigikogu Council of Elders. We have discussed matters and concluded we need to meet with you. To propose you run for president of Estonia.»
- Survey: Center Party is still Estonia's most popular partyLocal NewsThe Center Party and the Reform Party were Estonia's most popular parties in September, while support for the opposition Conservative People's Party (EKRE) and the Free Party is declining, results of a survey commissioned by the public broadcaster ERR and carried out by pollster Turu-uuringute AS show.
- Million dollar question: Kaljurand's true substanceEstonian newsMarina Kaljurand, while referring to herself as a supraparty candidate, enjoys the support of old friends from the Reform Party and is beginning to gain ground among the social democrats.Marina Kaljurand, while referring to herself as a supraparty candidate, enjoys the support of old friends from the Reform Party and is beginning to gain ground among the social democrats.
- Roivas: Going before electoral college with 2 candidates not thinkableLocal NewsAlthough the decision of the Reform Party board to support Siim Kallas as the party's presidential candidate may have caused pain to Marina Kaljurand, it was the only option for the board because the party cannot go before the electoral college with two presidential candidates, the leader of Reform, Taavi Roivas, said on Wednesday.
- Public figures issue appeal for nomination of KaljurandLocal News
- Reps says is glad that electoral college will elect presidentLocal News
- Kallas: Reform must decide to back me as sole candidateLocal NewsSiim Kallas, presidential candidate of the Estonian Reform Party in the Riigikogu, said after the parliament failed on its third and final attempt to elect the new president of Estonia on Tuesday that the board of the Reform Party must unambiguously throw its weight behind him in the electoral college.
- Reform rules to support Nestor in 1st roundEstonian newsThe board of the Reform Party decided at a meeting Tuesday morning to accept a proposal of the junior government partner Social Democratic Party (SDE) for the two parties to adopt SDE's Eiki Nestor as their joint candidate in the first voting round of the presidential election in parliament and Reform's Siim Kallas in the second and third round.
- Kallas not planning running for second termLocal News
- Estonian Reform Party's presidential candidate is Siim KallasLocal News
- Candidate Kallas sent by party to fry on parliamentary panLocal News
- Port of Tallinn special audit comes with conflict of interestsLocal NewsHired to audit the corruption nest at Port of Tallinn by high-ranking Reform Party cadres, in a later private court dispute law office Sorainen made a discount to one of the politicians who hired it, documents show. Partly, the reduced bill was paid by Reform Party but those involved detect no conflict of interests.
- IRL pockets biggest party donations in second quarterLocal News