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The Estonian Green Party
Green Party History
The Estonian Green Party is a political party and
follower of the political activity of Estonian Green
Movement (EGM), which was formed in 1988
during a massive movement against the Soviet
Union's plans to start exploitation of huge
phosphorite deposits on NorthEastern part of
Estonia
EGM was one of the first independent political
popular movement in Estonia under Soviet rule.
The party Estonian Greens (EG) was formally
registered in March 1992 (precessor EGM was
registered as party on 20.09.1989) after merger of
EGM political wing and EGP. It had approximately
250 members and 3 regional branches.
In the 1992 general elections, the Greens were
only able to scrape 2.6% of the vote and one
deputy to the 101strong Riigikogu (Parliament).
Estonian Greens Today
After joining the EU (European Union) on May 2004 along
the elections to the EU Parliament, EG in collaboration with
variety of environmental groups was supporting individual
green candidate to the EP (Europarliament) Mr. Marek
Strandberg who was able to gather 5340 (2,3% of total)
votes.
On basis of that success of green candidate, on May 2005
EG started membership recruitment campaign and
launched registered NGO (Initiative for Reregistration of
EG).
Campaign has attracted attention and by November 2006
more than 1000 members were recruited.
Green Party was reestablished on November 25th 2006
and party was reregistered by Court on December 6th
2006.
Today EG has about 1500 members.
Latest national elections turned out success and EG was
able to reenter to the Paliament with 6 deputies from 101
seats.
Though greens were invited to the governmet formation
talks by winner Reform party and government program
includes significant portion of greens programmatic goals,
EG was left out from threeparty coalition
Main issues addressed by EG are energy efficiency, new
environmentally sound technologies and democratic
decisionmaking process as well ensuring sustainability of
the society.
Green Party faction
Chairman: Valdur Lahtvee
Vicechairman: Marek Strandberg
Members: Mart Jüssi, Aleksei Lotman, Maret
Merisaar, Toomas Trapido
Officials: Sven Harjo, Koidu Kook,
AnnePille Krigolson
Green Party Members
Name: Marek Strandberg
Name:
Committee:Economic Affairs Committee,
Security Authorities Surveillance Select Comm
Electoral district:Harju (v.a Tallinn) ja
Raplamaa
Date and place of birth: 25 September
1965, Tallinn
Education: 1988 University of Tartu,
chemistry (cum laude) Tallinn Secondary
School No. 44, 1983
Green Party Members
Name: Valdur Lahtvee
Date and place of birth: 19 January 1958,
Antsla, Võru County
Education: Estonian Agricultural Academy,
forestry engineer 1981 Põlva Secondary School
1976
Membership in representative bodies: 11th
Riigikogu; Congress of Estonia 1989
Party affiliation: Estonian Green Party
2005­, Estonian Centre Party 1998­
1999, Estonian Green Party 1988­1998
Questions
1. Does Estonian Greens have 1500 members?
2. Is Edgar Savisaar the chairman of EG?
3. Was EG formed in 1988?
4. Is the vicechairman Marek Strandberg?
5. Was EG able to reenter to the Paliament with
10 deputies from 101 seats.
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