In Estonia, members of the opposition parties prevented parliament from approving the credentials of Kai Kallas, a candidate for prime minister. Reported by Delfi.
It is specified that the opposition deputies did not allow the formation of a new government – they increased the time of the meeting by asking questions. “It was necessary to extend the meeting to discuss this item on the agenda. But this could only be done if a qualified majority of those in the meeting room voted for it,” the report said. However, the coalition did not have the necessary majority in parliament, so the opposition delayed the process. Callas called the incident “a little master class in bullying.” In her opinion, the opposition deputies acted “lowly”. Earlier, Kallas announced her resignation after the country’s parliamentary elections. As reported, after the resignation, she should again head the government of Estonia. The reformist party, led by Kallas, won the March 5 parliamentary elections. Party deputies won 37 out of 101 seats in the legislature.