With great pictures of Kaja Called, and the slogan ”Parem tulevik” (better future) went liberal Reformpartiet to choice. It went home with the voters. It previously was utmålat as a tight battle with the current prime minister, the Centre Jüri being Discarded, turned out to be a clear victory for the Jackdaw Called and Reformpartiet.
She also had the most personröster of all. Over 20,000 pieces. Thus, she was the superior of the election winner.
during the valspurten in partihögkvarteret in Tallinn, she was clear with what questions she directly want to deal with as prime minister: taxes and the school system. In the area of taxation is the raising the limit is raised for when a residents must pay tax.
Skolfrågan is to introduce a unilateral estnisktspråkigt school system and the abolition of the current parallel to the Russian system.
– from the pre-school shall be Estonian. Today, those who do not speak Estonian poorer education, worse jobs and living in a completely different informationssfär, says Jackdaw Called.Photo: Elin Åberg
and they left their place in the european Parliament, where she served since 2014. Kaja Kallas is 41 years old, a lawyer and has previously served in the parliament in Tallinn.
In Estonia, the name is known as well-known in politics. Her father Siim Kallas has been prime minister and EU commissioner.
2016 wanted to Siim Kallas to become president, but failed. Instead, elected Kersti Kaljulaid. If the united Jackdaw Called really becomes prime minister of the country receives, thus, a female duo in the top.
traditionally male-dominated politics. In the EUROPEAN parliament, five of the six members of the men. And for the european Elections in may, the tops of the three men Reformpartiets list.
" When we started the last term of office in the EUROPEAN parliament, it was completely equal, three men and three women, defending themselves Jackdaw Called.
But when she and another female member left the parliament, were replaced by men.
– Two of them former prime ministers. If they want to stand as a candidate in the election, it is not possible to move them down on the list. The third candidate is former foreign minister and today the EU parliament. To move them down would send the wrong signals in the party. These candidates have done much good for Estonia, " says the Jackdaw Called.
"But I'm not proud of the composition," she adds.
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