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article imageEstonia's prime minister looks set to retain power after his party emerged as the winner of Sunday's election

By Jishpar     Mar 5, 2007 in World
Estonia's fifth parliamentary polls since independence in 1991 were the world's first to include online voting.
Andrus Ansip's centre-right Reform Party had captured 27.8% of the votes. He went on to attack his coalition partner, the left-leaning Centre Party, which came narrowly second with 26.1%, over its proposals to replace Estonia's flat tax with a progressive system.
If the results are confirmed, they would together have 60 seats in the 101-member parliament. Final results are expected within a couple of days
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