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Wed, 19 Jan 2011, Candidate lists listed…

The SDPs national list includes in the top positions party chairman Sven Mikser, Indrek Saar, Rannar Vassiljev, Urve Palo, Jaak Allik, Jaan Ounapuu, Karel Ruutli, Eiki Nestor, Kajar Lember, Kalev ...

Wed, 5 Jan 2011, Savisaar’s leadership under fire…

The money was aimed at the party, not to Savisaar personally. According to KAPO, Savisaar asked for the money through Vladimir Yakunin, who is chairman of Russian Railways, a former KGB officer ...

Wed, 22 Dec 2010, Secret agent Savisaar…

In December 2004, the party signed a cooperation agreement with Russia’s pro-Kremlin United Russia party. Center Party’s legendary politician Ain Seppik has usually helped to foste...

Wed, 13 Oct 2010, Savisaar files false report…

2, as Savisaar had submitted incomplete data in his 2009 declaration of economic interests, failing to include in it the loan that was granted to him first by OU Bravotex and later by Liechtenstei...

Wed, 5 Aug 2009, How Savisaar came to be the most important person in Estonia…

The Center Party is leading heavily in the opinion polls and I, as a leader of this party, can enjoy high rankings on different popularity lists, almost as ex-officio," he added. After the mayor...

Thu, 23 Jul 2009, Tallinn Mayor to offer corporate hand-outs …

Our aim is to help at least half of the present 100,000 unemployed to start up their own businesses, and it would create about 50,000 new enterprises. If the state gives out the starting capit...



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