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Estonia opposition party opts to start coalition talks


HELSINKI (AP) — A small conservative opposition party whose support is seen crucial in attempts to form a majority government In Estonia following the break-up of the governing center-right coalition earlier this month said on Saturday that it will start power-sharing talks with two other parties. Isamaa – or “Fatherland” – party said it is would start talks to form a government coalition in the Baltic country with the opposition Social Democratic Party and governing center-right Reform Party led by Prime Minister Kaja Kallas.

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