Estonia is failing to elect a new President.
An un-ceremonial office
The shoes of Toomas Hendrik Ilves seem too big to fill, having served for two consecutive five-year terms, since 2006. The incumbent President of Estonia has the skill to understand policy and navigate the world of politics; his distinctive bow tie always made him a photo opportunity favorite.

During his terms in office, the President of Estonia was not a “ceremonial” post; perhaps, that is why finding a replacement is pro...

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