Estonian Reform Party wins parliamentary election
Estonia's liberal opposition party Reform Party won 34 seats in the country's parliamentary election held on Sunday, outperforming the current ruling Centre Party, which gained 26 seats, showed the election results on Monday, Trend reported citing Xinhua.
The two small parties in the current ruling coalition Pro Patria and the Social Democrats won 12 seats and 10 seats respectively, while the right-wing Conservative People's Party of Estonia got 19 seats, showed the voting and election results on the official website of State Electoral Office of Estonia.
The final results of the total 101 seats of the Estonian parliament are set to be announced by the Electoral Committee later on Monday.
Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas, who is the chairman of the Centre Party, said that he will do his utmost to make the Centre Party a part of the next government, the Estonian Public Broadcasting ETV reported.