Administration

 

IN THE GOVERNMENT

The government consists of the prime minister and 14 ministers. The government is led by Prime Minister Jüri Ratas, who has been in office since April 29-th in 2019. In addition to the prime minister portfolio, the Centre Party has the portfolios of the minister of education and research (Mailis Reps), the minister of public administration (Jaak Aab), the minister of social affairs (Tanel Kiik) and the minister of economic affairs and infrastructure (Taavi Aas).

The official website of the Government

 

IN RIIGIKOGU

The Centre Party has 25 seats in the Parliament of Estonia – Riigikogu –, which makes it the second largest faction. The head of the faction is Kersti Sarapuu; the deputy chairmans are Siret Kotka-Repinski and Andrei Korobeinik.

The official website of Riigikogu

 

IN THE CAPITAL

The Centre Party has gained so much trust from their voters in Tallinn that it has a majority in the Tallinn City Council. The chairman of the Tallinn City Council is Tiit Terik and the mayor is Mihhail Kõlvart.

The official website of Tallinn City 

 

IN OTHER PARTS OF ESTONIA

The Centre Party is the largest political party in Estonia and is represented everywhere in Estonia. The Centre Party has the absolute majority or forms a coalition in the biggest cities like Tartu, Narva, Pärnu, Kohtla-Järve, Viljandi, Maardu, Rakvere, Sillamäe, Võru, Valga, and in many other rural municipalities and towns.

 

IN THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT

Yana Toom from the Centre Party represents the interests of Estonia in the European Parliament. She belongs to the faction of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE) faction.