Tallin and Helsinki form a “twin city” with plans to build a tunnel under the Finnish Gulf under the codename ‘Talsinki’. The Pirates of the Finnish Gulf and Estonian Pirates have started collaborating on joint projects to foster extended collaboration between PPFI and PPEE under the name ‘Talsinki Pirates’. They have scheduled their second encounter to happen in Tallin on 19-21st of May where they will meet for a series […]
When some German pirates first started to bring up the idea of a ticket less public transport they were laughed on by politicians from other parties. What those other politicians didn’t knew at that time was that something like this isn’t so unrealistic. In Tallinn it’s nearly real by now.
The Estonian Pirate did not achieve stunning results in the local elections but for a first appearance on the political scene they have done well having adopted a tactic that may be useful for other Pirate Parties. They joined coalitions with other parties with similar policies.
Municipal elections in Estonia started already on 10 October 2013 using e-voting and will culminate on 20 October with traditional paper ballots and the Estonian Pirate Party is taking part. Ten Pirate candidates are running in election coalitions and one Pirate is running as an independent candidate to protest unbalanced election regulations (if elected he will immediately resign). They will be standing in the cities of Tallin , […]