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February 9 is the deadline for public voting on what is to be considered the most important project funded by European Union resources.

The voting is open at the Ministry of Finance launched website at, where there is a list of nine projects. But write-in votes are also welcomed.

See results? The most popular ones so far are an initiative to renovate nursery schools, schools and cultural and social institutions. It is followed by the Seaplane Hangars, the Ahhaa Center and the TV tower renovation projects.

Editor: K. Rikken

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