The Liberal reform party (ALDE) won with 25.5% and 2 seats, a positive result after losing out in forming the government coalition.

the Social Democrats surprisingly came 2nd with 23.3% and 2 seats, after a poor showing in the national elections where they were 4th.

The Centre party of Prime Minister Juri Ratas came 3rd with one seat.

The far-right EKRE, who joined the government in March, did badly and won just one seat.

EPP (1 MEPs)

Tunne Kelam (Pro Patria and Res Publica Union) He has been a member of the European…

S&D (1 MEPs)

Marju Lauristin (Social Democratic Party) - Lauristin concluded her work in the European…

ALDE (3 MEPs)

Commission Vice President Andrus Ansip will head the list for the Reform party but is…

GREENS (1 MEPs)

Indrek Tarand (Independent) - He has been elected for two terms and in both European…

Today at 20:00 (CET)! #Estonian #folk artist Mari Kalkun is to perform at #Muziekpublique. Mari is one of the most highly regarded Estonian singers & musicians in Europe. She has been named #Musician of the Year 2020 by Estonian Public Broadcasting. Check: https://t.co/DE5sRUERGh

In our #digital lifestyle, we have two phenomena’s: digital transformation that helps companies to be more competitive, but also #cybercrime, that is increasingly lucrative. For successful implementation of #NIS2, it is important to step up the #cybersecurity investments. #TTE

Today´s #TTE on #Telecommunications agenda:
➡️#CyberSecuriy & #NIS2
➡️#AI
➡️#EUdigitalidentity
➡️Path to the #digitaldecade policy programme
➡️#digitalrights & principles
#Estonia is represented by @SuttAndres, Minister of Entrepreneurship & IT.

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