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Estonia Post-Election Talks

TALLINN, Estonia — Estonia's center-right Reform Party will start consultations on forming a new coalition government on Tuesday after winning elections.

The Reform Party will open discussions with both its current partner, IRL, and the Social Democrats, the Estonian state-owned broadcaster said Tuesday. The Reform party won 33 seats in the 101 seat parliament in polls Sunday.

Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip has said he would like his current coalition partner in a new government, but has warned the talks are expected to be tough and complicated.



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