Political Parties in Estonia PDF Print E-mail

Vello Pettai and Rein Toomla


This report comprehensively analyzes political parties in Estonia, with special emphasis on the legal ramifications of party formations, the evolution of party strengths in the Estonian parliament (Riigijogu), party membership, organization and election of leaders, party structures for internal and external governance, and party staff and resources.



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