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At its general meeting on Saturday 14 April, ALDE member party Reform Party elected Kaja Kallas as party leader alongside 17 new Board members.
In her speech addressing the party delegates, Kallas said that the party's goal should be to "build a smart and self-sufficient state, which meets future challenges. In order to achieve this, we are building the Reform Party's vision on three fundamental values: patriotism, freedom and care."
Kallas added that she is willing to work with anyone who wants to contribute to the party's election victory in March 2019.
You can read her full speech here.
Jürgen Ligi, Urmas Paet and Urmas Klaas are the new Vice Presidents of the Reform Party. "The choice of the Vice-Presidents was based on the principle that the Riigikogu, the European Union and the local level would be represented," commented Kaja Kallas.
Kert Valdaru was also confirmed as the Secretary General of the party.
The ALDE Party was present at the Reform Party's Congress by ALDE Party Vice Presidents Angelika Mlinar MEP and Fredrick Federley MEP.
Palju õnne @kajakallas zur Wahl als Vorsitzende der @reformikad , der estnischen liberalen Partei. Sie hat grosse Chancen, nä Jahr Premierministerin bei den Wahlen zu werden. Unser Projekt, mehr Frauen in politische Spitzenfunktionen zu bringen, schreitet voran #ewa2018 pic.twitter.com/hNlZ2OdxcP— Angelika Mlinar (@AngelikaMlinar) April 14, 2018
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