Simson’s plan short on supportLocal News
- Center appoints Riisalu as deputy mayorLocal News
- Green hocus-pocusLocal NewsLong-time Tallinn Deputy Mayor Kalle Klandorf picked up the phone and called Chairman of the Estonian Green Party Züleyxa Izmailova last Friday. The centrists had hatched a plan to add some spark to the Tallinn city government, and Klandorf invited the Greens for talks. All despite the fact the Center Party has enough seats to rule Tallinn alone and Greens do not have a single mandate in the city council.
- Social democrats after several important positions in TallinnLocal News
- Two Tartu deputy mayors suspected of corruptionLocal News
- Center Party once again wins local elections in EstoniaLocal News
- Center to retain cooperation agreementLocal News
- Coalition looking at sporadic minorityLocal NewsThe fall session of the Riigikogu that kicked off yesterday promises to be nerve-racking for those involved – in addition to what is now only a slim majority on the floor, ruling parties find themselves outnumbered in the foreign affairs and defense committees. Even though rules demand the coalition make changes to committee compositions soon, ruling parties must still settle for a minority in some. This also means fewer high-paying jobs.
- Savisaar runs against Center Party to support itLocal News“I planted you. I brought you up and watered you. I made you bloom. And if I want...” said the actress Marika Vaarik, who played Edgar Savisaar in the eponymous production of NO Theater two and a half years ago. “…you will break me!” Helena Pruuli, playing the tearful Kadri Simson, ended the sentence.
- Center Party places Savisaar on the top of candidates listLocal News
- «Is the minister pregnant in the head?»Local News
- Aab: Recipients of exceptions have met with the PMLocal News
- Vähi looking at Center’s buildingLocal News
- Court calls for expert who examined Savisaar's health to give evidenceLocal NewsThe lawyer representing Edgar Savisaar, suspended mayor of Tallinn and former chairman of the Estonian Center Party, at the opening sitting of the trial in Monday filed an application for partial termination of the court case and wishes to question the experts who carried out a medical examination of Savisaar.
- PM moves to name Jaak Aab Estonia's minister of public administrationLocal News
- Estonia's public administration minister resigns over NATO remarks 1Local News
- Aas: EKRE-Reform cooperation could shift balance in TallinnLocal News
- Center loses home base supportLocal News
- Savisaar presents substantial medical historyLocal News
- Court orders medical examination for Edgar SavisaarLocal News
- Center looking at continued hegemony in the capitalLocal NewsShould Edgar Savisaar's condition allow and should he decide to run in the Center Party's ranks in Tallinn's Lasnamäe borough at this fall's local elections, Tallinn could be looking at four more years of Center ruling alone as the party already has the support of 48 percent of the capital's residents today.
- Estonia: Ratings of Center, Reform even outLocal News
- Tallinn paying for papers to NarvaLocal News
- PM: We do not give interviews to SputnikLocal News
- Reps entrapped by Russian propagandaLocal NewsEducation Minister Mailis Reps maintains: “I have not given Sputnik those interviews!” Reps is referring to two interviews published by the Estonian portal of Russian propaganda outlet Sputnik in recent weeks. One is a radio interview on Russian-language education in Estonia, the other a written interview on the Holocaust.
- Center Party again tops popularity ratings in FebruaryLocal News
- Minister wants to move 25 public institutions out of TallinnLocal News
- Fate of internal security academy hanging by a threadLocal NewsA special political committee is set to convene tonight to decide the extent of moving the Estonian Academy of Security Sciences to Narva. That tensions are running high is reflected if only in the fact that two ministries' calculations concerning the cost of the move are €15 million apart and both have resorted to an arsenal of subtle arguments.
- Successful small parishes weak point of administrative reformLocal NewsPostimees interviewed members of the new government soon after it took office toward the end of last year. Because the administrative area of the state administration minister was living busy days and several decisions were still outstanding at the time, we will publish the final piece in the series today – almost a month after the local governments' merger deadline came and went.
- Center Party to pay ex-leader salary without withholding money paid to TallinnLocal News
- 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