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Estonia: SDE could prefer to stick with current coalition


Tallinn (Estonia) – The board of the Social Democrats (SDE) discussed the 15 proposals made to coalition partners the Reform Party and IRL, and the two party’s reactions. SDE found that the two parties were unenthusiastic, but SDE would prefer to keep negotiating rather than seek new coalition partners.

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