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…


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


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:

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
➡️Path to the #digitaldecade policy programme
➡️#digitalrights & principles
#Estonia is represented by @SuttAndres, Minister of Entrepreneurship & IT.

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