Estonian MEP and former minister of foreign affairs of Estonia Mrs Kriistina Ojuland has decided to form a new party.
After a conflict regarfing an internal poll, she was expelled from the Reform Party on 5 June 2013.
Now, she has decided to set up a new party. She argues: “People do not want new slogans, but reforms that would have visible affects on day-to-day their lives”. Kristiina Ojuland declared it last saturday.
She said that if voters try to speak with the state, but are ignored then the only step would be to change the people running the state.
“It is high time to end the short-term politics and agree and act on a vision of the state” Ojuland said.
In May 2014, she will seek for reelection into the European Parliament where she is a member of the liberal group.