Election blog: Full coverage of the Mar. 1 election night and aftermath ({{commentsTotal}})

The Parliament building in Tallinn at night Source: (Postimees/Scanpix)
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Estonians voted to elect the next Parliament on March 1. Scroll down in our blog for the coverage of the event.

Live Blog Estonian general election 2015

The market-liberal Reform Party, pro-business and bullish on national defense, won the election handily by a 2.9-percentage-point margin. Overall turnout was 64.2 percent.

The 101-seat Riigikogu was elected for the next four years.

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Editor: K. Rikken, S. Tambur, J.M. Laats, M. Oll



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