The European Commission published a report that provides an overview of the rule of law situation in the European Union and its Member States. According to the report, freedom of expression and media freedom are well-protected in Estonia, and the country is also recognised for its progress in the…Read more
At the third reading, the Riigikogu adopted the act on the cross-border merger, division and conversion of companies registered in the European Union. If up until now only the cross-border merger of companies was possible, new possibilities are added in the form of cross-border division and…Read more
Registration for the International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN) congress in Tallinn on 13–16 June 2022 is now open. The congress focuses on the mental health of children, sexual and other abuse, intimate partner violence, the protection of children in closed…Read more
Kalle Laanet is the Minister of Justice of the Republic of Estonia from 17. April 2023. He is a member of the Estonian Reform Party.
In 2006, he was awarded the Order of the Cross of the Eagle, 3rd class, for the development of the police and for carrying out reforms. Since 2013, he has been an assistant police officer.
To that end, the Ministry of Justice:
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