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ERR launched a website where all representatives of political parties or election coalitions, and all individual candidates, can publish a three-minute speech on why they should be elected at the looming local elections.

The clips are available for viewing on the website and will be broadcast on ETV2 on weekdays starting at 14:30 local time.

Märt Vooglaid, a representative of the Reform Party running for office in Viimsi Municipality, used his three minutes to push an idea to limit the municipality's population, by stopping residential housing development projects.

Well known to ERR News readers, Abdul Turay also makes an appearance, representing the Social Democrats in Tallinn.



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