Estonia’s Prime Minister Taavi Roivas has lost a parliamentary confidence vote, causing the government to collapse.
It follows months of in-fighting between his Reform Party and its two coalition partners over economic policies, among other issues.
Both the leftist Social Democrats and conservative IRL Party argue the economy is stagnant.
Roivas lost the vote 63-28, with ten MPs abstaining or absent.
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