Center to make exception for SavisaarLocal News
- KGB man in Savisaar-Mõis election coalitionLocal News
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- Savisaar and Mõis – Active Tallinn?Local News
- Mõis’ plan for Center’s voters shock to FTCLocal News
- Savisaar taken to hospital againLocal News
- Savisaar to hear ReiljanLocal NewsThe trial of Edgar Savisaar and his alleged accomplices continued, after a summer break of close to two months, with the prosecutor’s opening statement yesterday. State prosecutor Steven-Hristo Evestus said in summary that indiscriminately clinging to power finally led the Tallinn mayor to criminal patterns of behavior.
- 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
- Edgar Savisaar planning to run in fall electionsLocal 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.
- Aas: EKRE-Reform cooperation could shift balance in TallinnLocal News
- Savisaar presents substantial medical historyLocal News
- Savisaarians bring protest to ToompeaLocal News
- Center Party to pay ex-leader salary without withholding money paid to TallinnLocal News
- Center Party to return money to Tallinn in Savisaar's placeLocal News
- How to spin political moneyLocal News
- Legal committee discussed leak of Savisaar's case fileLocal News
- Third of votes unstableLocal News
- Savisaar case did not leak from prosecutor's office, ISS - parlt panel chairLocal NewsThe Legal Affairs Committee of the Estonian parliament obtained certainty on Monday that the materials of the case brought against former Center Party chairman and Tallinn mayor Edgar Savisaar were not leaked to the media by the Office of the Prosecutor General or the Internal Security Service (ISS), committee chairman Jaanus Karilaid said.
- Savisaar hoped for money from Kremlin two years agoLocal News
- Charges reveal Savisaar's secret lifeLocal News
- Statement of charges in Savisaar case presented to lawyersLocal News
- Ratas promises no prime minister's show on Tallinn TVLocal News
- Talks entering home stretchLocal NewsWhile the desire of the partners of the new government, now tired of night sittings, to keep their soul and face remains a minor annoyance, the Center Party's promise to ensure voting discipline means the triumvirate will have an agreement by tomorrow evening, which it can then present to party councils on Saturday.
- Center Party-Putin Deal Puts Estonia’s International Reputation at RiskOpinion
- Center Party to form new governmentLocal News
- Savisaar won't attend Center Party congress, asks to vote for ToomLocal NewsThe incumbent chairman of Estonia's Center Party, Edgar Savisaar, announced on Friday that he will not attend the party's extraordinary congress on Saturday and is asking his supporters to vote for Yana Toom at the chairman election, at the same time stressing that he will not withdraw from politics and will definitely continue in the Center Party.
- Coup attempt in the Center PartyLocal NewsThe civil war of the Center Party that is now being fought for political life or death is between two camps. The question is which will emerge victorious after the party's upcoming congress. Opponents of Edgar Savisaar have made more headway recently by convincing several of his past supporters to switch sides.
- 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.
- Tallinn borough governor declared suspect as accessory to embezzlementLocal News
- Savisaar-Toobal Tandem Heralds New CrisisLocal NewsA guarantee letter for 450,000 euros, bearing the signature of former Center Party secretary general Priit Toobal, of which the party leadership learned no more than a month ago, could lead to a worst case scenario of seizure of property, frozen bank accounts, and compulsory retirement of the chairman post haste.
- Lawyers of Savisaar see ray of hopeLocal News
- Savisaar not granted permission to return to officeLocal News
- Savisaar tricks the prosecutorsLocal NewsYesterday, Centre chairman Edgar Savisaar published statements by 20 witnesses heard regarding his criminal case on website of party paper Kesknädal – all of them his subordinates in Tallinn city government. In the estimation of Mr Savisaar, none of the officials claims that he the suspended mayor has asked or required them to take decisions or do favours for businessmen.
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- The people do not want Savisaar or Helme for PresidentLocal News