On Saturday 18 August, the Reform Party hosted in Tartu a summer gathering in preparation of next year's parliamentary elections.
At the event, the recently elected party leader Kaja Kallas presented the six points of the Reform Party's electoral programme for the Riigikogu elections:
In her speech addressing the members, she emphasised: "The aim of the Reform Party is to make everyone's income grow faster. It is up to the State to make the life of all the people who comply with the law as simple as possible and to help them deal with the creation of higher value."
Kaja Kallas Reformierakonna suvepäevadel: tuleviku Eestis on riiki majanduses vähem. Loe lisa https://t.co/YVJV5gavEN pic.twitter.com/ZAO53NnVvd— Eesti Reformierakond (@reformikad) August 18, 2018
Find out more about her plans for her party here.
Throughout the day, many personalities from the Reform Party, such as former Estonian Prime Ministers Taavi Rõivas and Siim Kallas, as well as members from the European liberal family, like ALDE Party Vice President Markus Löning or Alexander Graf Lambsdorff, discussed in public debates about the future of Europe.
Visit Reform Party's Facebook page for a photo album with the best moments of the event.