Social Democrats to protest in front of coalition partner offices ({{commentsTotal}})


The Social Democrats are planning to hold a street protest across the party's coalition partner, the Reform Party, offices on Wednesday evening.

Despite being a member of the coalition, the party is protesting against children in poverty, youth unemployment, population decrease and low salaries, Delfi reported.

According to the registration for the protest, handed to the police by the party, the protest will take place on Wednesday between 17:00-20:00 across the street from the Reform Party office, which is located next to the Ministry of Justice in Tallinn.

The protest is led by Maris Sild, who heads the youth wing of the party, and is running for Parliament in Tallinn.

Editor: J.M. Laats, S. Tambur

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