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Rain Rosimannus, head of the Reform Party's Council between 2003 and 2011, said that a number of coalition partner IRL politicians have been imperious lately.

“The honorable Juhan Parts and, during the local elections, Margus Tsahkna, have been very cocky with the aim of picking a fight (with the Reform Party), but I believe the Reform Party has been tolerant and good-hearted towards it,” Rosimannus told Eesti Päevaleht on Saturday.

He said his party will continue with the coalition until the Reform Party's board and the council decide otherwise, but it has not come to that.

Rosimannus is married to Minster of the Environment, Keit Pentus-Rosimannus. who is vice-chairman of the Reform Party.



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