Estonian Coalition Party

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Estonian Coalition Party

Eesti Koonderakond  (Estonian)
LeaderTiit Vähi
Mart Siimann
Founded1991
Dissolved2002
IdeologyLiberalism[1]
Social liberalism
European affiliationnone
International affiliationLiberal International
European Parliament groupnone

Estonian Coalition Party (Estonian: Eesti Koonderakond) was an Estonian centre-right liberal political party. Founded in 1991 by Tiit Vähi, it disbanded in 2002. The party was an observing member of Liberal International from 1998 on. It had a contacts with parties like Latvian Way and participated in the ruling coalition of 1995-1999. A party mostly uniting former (urban) nomenklatura and other Soviet era officials, it was closely allied with the Party of Rural People, which, however, represented more populist, centre-left ideology.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nordsieck, Wolfram. "Estonia". Parties and Elections in Europe. Archived from the original on 13 October 2004. Retrieved 10 April 2019.