Kristen Michal Elected as Head of the Tallinn Branch of the Reform Party ({{commentsTotal}})

Kristen Michal Source: (Postimees/Scanpix)
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The Reform Party elected the head of the party's council and former Justice Minister Kristen Michal to lead its organization in Tallinn.

 

Michal was the Secretary General of the party between 2003 to 2011, and served as Minister of Justice for two years, stepping down due to the Reform Party financing scandal, ETV reported on Saturday.

Michal said he aims to ensure Reform Party’s success at the 2015 parliamentary elections and the 2017 local elections, and to form a coalition in Tallinn without the Centre Party.

Valdo Randpere held the post previously, leading the party to a disappointing third at the local elections in Tallinn.



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