After all 574,108 votes had been counted, it emerged that the Reform Party collected 27.7 percent of the vote, which gives it 30 seats in the 101-seat Riigikogu. The party lost three seats. This is the third time in a row that Reform Party wins parliamentary elections.
Estonia‘s largest opposition party, the Centre Party, scored the support of 24.8 percent of all voters which gives it 27 seats in parliament, one seat more than in the previous elections.
The Social Democratic Party collected 15.2 percent of the vote, winning 15 seats, four fewer than last time.
Pro Patria and Res Publica Union (PRU) was on the fourth place with 13.7 percent and 14 seats, 9 fewer than last time.
The newcomers in the parliament include the Free Party and the Conservative People’s Party (EKRE). The Free Party won 8.7 percent of the vote and eight seats and EKRE, 8.1 percent and seven seats.
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