Estonia's opposition centre-right Reform Party smashed the pre-election polling projections to secure a resounding victory over the ruling centre-left government of Prime Minister Juri Ratas, making a major triumph for the victorious party's pro-Western leader, Kaja Kallas.
Kallas is now poised to become Estonia’s first female prime minister and a woman is far from unknown in Brussels. The 41-year old previously served as a European Parliamentarian and she is the daughter of former Estonian pri...


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