The eurosceptic Conservative People’s Party (EKRE) made major gains in Estonia’s parliamentary election with an anti-immigrant campaign warning of an upsurge in crime. The party has been offered coalition talks. EKRE Deputy Chairman Martin Helme tells DW: “We don’t want to be replaced in Estonia with foreigners.” Is that what the mainstream now looks like in the Baltic republic?
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