The opposition reform party at the parliamentary election in Estonia, clearly the strongest force. On the second place, the Director ended up ruling centre party. Heavily the Europe, cut from critics.
In Tallinn In a government exchange. The liberal reform party won according to the preliminary result of the counting of all voting districts in the parliamentary election on Sunday, the most votes. She came to 28.8 percent. Thus party leader Kaja Kallas has best chances to become the first female head of government of the Baltic country.
The ruling centre party of Prime Minister Juri Ratas ended up with 23 percent of the votes cast on the second place. They ruled in a coalition with the social Democrats and the Conservatives. These two parties managed to re-entering Parliament.
Estonia's Prime Minister Ratas stands in front of the detachment.Strong gains for Eurosceptics
the Strong gains, the national-conservative, and Europe was able to record critical party Ekre. You could double their share of the vote with 17.8 percent more than. It is unlikely that Ekre will be involved in a future coalition government.
In the Estonian Parliament, the reform party won 34 of the 101 seats. The centre party, comes on 26, Ekre on 19. It is the Conservatives with 12 and the social Democrats follow with 10 Seats.
economic and social policy issues were at the forefront of the election campaign in the Baltic state, which was the last one caught by the huge money laundering scandal with the Estonian branch of Danske Bank a / s and two Doping cross-country skiers in the headlines.