At the vision conference of the Center Party, opinion leaders discuss the future of Estonia

On Saturday, June 3 at 10:00 a.m., the top experts and opinion leaders of Estonian politics will gather at Kultuurikatla to discuss the future of Estonia and Estonian politics at the Center Party’s vision conference “Estonia – how to move forward?”

The following will speak at the vision conference: Tõnis Saarts, Heido Vitsur, Peeter Tohver, Urve Palo, Martin Mölder, Aigar Pindmaa, Valdo Randpere, Urmas Reinsalu, Jevgeni Ossinovski, Urmas Viilma and Arkady Popov. The conference will be opened by the chairman of the political party Jüri Ratas and it is moderated Hannes Hermaküla and Mihail Kõlvart.

Together, we are looking for answers to the questions: What is the Estonian political landscape like today? What kind of ideas and political parties are lacking? How to build a political party that can meet the expectations of Estonian people, make Estonian life better and be an example to others as an organization?

“How to move forward in such a way that welfare and quality of life in Estonia improves and Estonian people feel safe – this is a question for both society and the Center Party,” said the leader of the Center Party Jüri Ratas. “The Center Party’s rating has improved in recent months, but we must be ready to bear the government’s responsibility again, be ambitious not only as a political party, but also to help inject new insights into Estonian society so that Estonia lasts and develops.”

Vice Chairman of the Center Party, Tallinn Mayor Mihail KõlvartAccording to i, every political party needs broad-based support from society, which the Center Party has had for years. “The results of the last elections did not satisfy the party, so we have to look to the future – to look for ideas together with opinion leaders that will lead Estonia to a brighter tomorrow,” said Kõlvart. “Successful Estonia is the Estonia of all Estonian people. That’s why we’re organizing a vision conference where we’re looking for you on how to get there.”

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