"Reformpartiet – who received the greatest electoral support in the elections in Estonia – put segerropet in the neck."
"the Reigning Political world, a broad coalition, and instead, informal talks with the right-wing populist, nationalkonservativa Ekre."
"Kaja Kallas, who leads the liberal Reformpartiet, looked after the great electoral success to become Estonia's next prime minister. Her plan was to get the Centre party, which leads the current government coalition, in a new government."
"It seemed at first to be possible. But the Centre party and its leader, the incumbent prime minister Jüri being Discarded, has turned. They want to try to sit still with the help of the other winners – ytterhögerpartiet Estonia's conservative government (Ekre), which became the third largest party with nearly 18 percent of the votes."
"the Talks are being held the parties in between, but that the president Kersti Kaljulaid given Rejected a mandate to investigate."
"No to the refugees and the EU"
"Ekre is a nationalist party that is strictly critical to the refugee reception and immigration, LGBT rights and the EU."
"the party Leader Mart Helme inspired by the developments in Poland and Hungary, where the conservative governments reforms brought strong criticism from the EUROPEAN union to threaten democracy."
"The Swedish magazine Expo has outlined the links between Ekre, its youth wing, the Blue-awakening and far-right organizations and parties in Sweden."
"Before the Estonian elections had Reformpartiet, the Centre party and the social democrats made it clear that Ekre will not engage in any form of the formation of governments."
"The biggest partner in the current government, the social democrats, do not want to cooperate with the Ekre. But the Centre party, Ekre and the third party in the current government, the conservative Fatherland (Isamaa), gathers together a majority of seats in the parliament, the Riigikogu."
"– the Prime minister Rejected asserted several times before the elections that he will not form a coalition with the Ekre. And the first thing he does after the election is to negotiate with Ekre and Isamaa on a governing coalition. He is betraying his voters and undermining trust in the political system, " says Eva Piirimäe, associate professor in political theory at the university in the Estonian Tartu."
"Piirimäe believe that the invitation to Ekre constitutes a threat to Estonian democracy, then the party"
"A new assembly is supposed to be sworn in in the Riigikogu on 30 march and Reformpartiets Kaja Kallas is expected to in spite of everything get the first attempt to explore."
"The Estonian parliament Riigikogu has 101 seats. After the elections on 3 march is allocated as follows:
"Reformpartiet 34 mandates (28.9 per cent of the votes cast)."
"the Centre party 26 (23,1)"
"Estonia's conservative government 19 (17,8)"
"Fosterlandsförbundet 12 (11,4)"
"the social democrats 10 (9,8)"