The centre-right Reform party, who sit with ALDE in the EP, beat the Prime Minister Juri Ratas’ governing Center party in an election on 3 March. Reform leader and former MEP Kaja Kallas is now in pole position to become Prime Minister but will need to find a governing coalition .

Both Reform and the Center party have ruled out governing with the far-right populist Conservative People’s Party (EKRE) who doubled their vote to end the night in 3rd place  on 17.8%. Reform scored 28.8% and Center 23.1% and may need to work together if they are to keep EKRE out.

The Socialists came in a disappointing 5th with just 9.8% of the vote compared to 15.2% at the last election. The centre-right Isamaa Erakond, who sit with the EPP, were in 4th place on 11.4%.

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…

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