The Estonian coalition government is a formal agreement between two or more political parties that forms the majority in the Parliament of Estonia. The coalition can be formed by any parties that have enough seats to form a majority in the parliament. The current government is formed by three parties: the Estonian Reform Party, the Social Democratic Party of Estonia and Centre Party.
Estonia’s coalition government, led by Prime Minister Juri Ratas, is the current ruling party in the country. It was formed in March 2017 and includes members of the Reform Party, Social Democratic Party, and Pro Patria and Res Publica Union.
The coalition came together shortly after elections were held in March 2017. Ratas became prime minister after winning a vote of confidence in Parliament with 61 votes out of 101 votes cast. The coalition has been working toward implementing economic reforms as well as making improvements to social services.
About Coalition Government
A coalition government is a type of government where two or more political parties agree to form a coalition and share power. In Estonia, the most common type of coalition government is one in which two parties form a partnership.
The current Estonian government is made up of three parties: the Reform Party, the Social Democratic Party, and the Centre Party. The Reform Party is considered to be more conservative than the other two parties, while the Social Democratic Party tends to hold more liberal views. The Centre Party has been described as being left-leaning.
The government of Estonia is a coalition government, consisting of three parties. The Estonian Reform Party (Reformierakond) was founded in 1991 and currently holds 28 seats in the 101-seat Riigikogu (Parliament). It has been a member of the European People’s Party since 1999.
The Estonian Center Party
The Estonian Center Party (Keskerakond) was formed in 1999 as a splinter group of the Pro Patria Union party and currently holds 23 seats in the Riigikogu. It has been a member of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe since 2002.
The Estonian Social Democratic Party
The Estonian Social Democratic Party (Eesti Sotsiaaldemokraatlik Partei) was established in 1994 by members of the Estonian branch of the Communist Party of Estonia who were unhappy with that party’s decision to join an electoral alliance with other political parties. It currently holds 20 seats in the Riigikogu, making it part of Estonia’s ruling coalition along with its two other major political parties.
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