Kai Joost, Baltic Reports
TALLINN — In a move unprecedented in post-independence Estonian politics, Jüri Pihl, leader of Social Democratic Party requested that the country’s Security Police Board initiate a criminal investigation against the prime minister and two other top ministers for treason.
Jüri Pihl made a statement to the Security Police Board on Dec. 2 that he suspects Prime Minister Andrus Ansip, Minister of Foreign Affairs Urmas Paet, and Minister of Justice Rein Lang of treason and requested that police launch an investigation.
However, police examined the statement for 10 days and after consulting the Public Prosecutor’s Office found there was no basis for a criminal investigation.
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Social Democrat head accuses PM of treason