While Estonia's major parliamentary parties have been quick to distance themselves from, if not outright slam, Edgar Savisaar and his Centre Party for alleged involvement in soliciting political financing from Russia, one small party, the People's Union (associated with the Soviet occupation's primary leaders and Communist Party orders, ed.) , has said it's [sic] keeping its doors open for cooperation.
"Let's put this way: the fact is we can't rule out cooperation with anyone," the party's Chairman Andrus Blok told ERR, explaining that the People's Union would cooperate with any political powers, including the Centre, that support a similar agenda. "We need to cooperate with them. Estonia is a rather small country and we should all learn how to work together."
People's Union Still Willing to Work with Savisaar