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  • SDE liikmete blogid | SDE | Page 10
    Naiskogu Kadri Vanemad Sotsiaaldemokraadid Sotsiaaldemokraatide meesühendus Sõsarparteid Kontakt Peakontor Piirkondade koordinaatorid Piirkondade kontorid Press SDE liikmete blogid Kaitseminister Hanso odinlastest ma ei pea õigeks kaitseväelaste ja kaitseliitlaste kuulumist ebaselgete eesmärkidega seltskonda SDE 15 veebruar 2016 Üleilmse ühistantsimisega naistevastase vägivalla vastu SDE 15 veebruar 2016 Sotsiaaldemokraadid haldusreformi tulemusena peab paranema inimeste heaolu Tartu piirkond 14 veebruar 2016 Sotsiaaldemokraadid haldusreformi tulemusena peab paranema inimeste heaolu SDE 14 veebruar 2016 Tallinna märtsipommitamise lood Jaak Juske 13 veebruar 2016 Sotsiaaldemokraatide volikogu koguneb haldusreformi arutama SDE 13 veebruar 2016 Head Läänemaa volikogude liikmed Neeme Suur 12 veebruar 2016 Tanel Talve riigireformi arutelu tuleb parlamendis korraldada esimesel võimalusel SDE 12 veebruar 2016 Tänavakraaklus on jõudnud parlamenti SDE 12 veebruar 2016 Sotsiaaldemokraatidest saadikud teevad töövisiidi Läänemaale SDE 11 veebruar 2016 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Kontakt Peakontor Piirkondade koordinaatorid Piirkondade kontorid Press Pressiteated Arhiiv 2010 Arhiiv 2011 Arhiiv 2012 Arhiiv 2013 Arhiiv 2014 Arhiiv 2015 Uudised Arhiiv 2010 Arhiiv 2011 Arhiiv 2012 Arhiiv 2013 Arhiiv 2014 Arhiiv 2015 SDE liikmete blogid Blogide nimekiri Fotod Sotsiaaldemokraatlik Erakond Peakontor Toompuiestee 16 Tallinn 10137 Telefon 611 6040 Registrikood 80052459 E post kantselei sotsdem ee Piirkondade kontaktid Oluline Koalitsioonileping 2015 2019 Riigikogu valimised 2015 Pressiteated Uudised

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  • About Social Democrats | SDE
    marginalized or second rate compared to our neighbors Where they don t constantly need to worry about their and their families future but they can enjoy their lives and look forward to what is to come We want a cosmopolitan innovative and self assured Estonia where the options are not to either work yourself to death to gain economic prosperity or suffer in poverty We have achieved some astounding success but we ve also made some dramatic mistakes Our success is macro economic but let s honestly admit that we ve not been very successful in transfering that success into our society s long term development Take for example the startling number of HIV infections in Estonia which reflects the fact that the government failed to act decisively and in a timely manner to solve our social problems There s no doubt that we ll have to work extra hard today and tomorrow to compensate for the failures of yesterday Our problem is not the lack of success our problem is that our development strategies are not sustainable During the last 20 years of Estonia s development our success has been built on cheap labor cheap loans easy tax system and the postponment of important social solutions But we cannot continue like this We might not see the results of the failed policies today or tomorrow but we need to do something right now to avoid a future where it is too late to change anything We have to admit that we are not going to be wealthy as long as we see cheap labor as our competitive advantage We can t play catch up with our Nordic neighbors simply by selling our labor at the cheapest cost Our competive advantage should be our creativity knowledge based economy and foresight

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  • History | SDE
    combining two small parties Peasants Party Eesti Talurahva Erakond and People s Party of Republicans and Conservatives Vabariiklaste ja Konservatiivide Rahvaerakond The unification was formally approved by party general assembly in the fall of 1999 In the second Mart Laar government the Moderates carried five seats Secretary of Agriculture Ivar Padar Secretary of Foreign Affairs Toomas Hendrik Ilves Secretary of Population Affairs Katrin Saks Secretary of Social Affairs Eiki Nestor and Secretary of Finance Mihkel Pärnoja later replaced by Henrik Hololei Toomas Hendrik Ilves was elected as a chairman of the Moderates party during the 2001 general assembly Additionally the party approved the new so called Third Way program which confirmed the party s social democratic world view The Triple Alliance government collapsed in January of 2002 and the Moderates became the opposition party in Parliament The party s image had suffered especially due to controversial land privatization decisions and in October 2002 Ilves stepped back as a chairman after the loss in the local elections in Tallinn Ivar Padar became the new chairman of the Moderates During the 2003 Parliament elections the party won six seats During that time the party went through a deep reorganization phase and renamed themselves Social Democratic Party SDE on February 7 2004 A few months later during the European Parliament elections SDE astonishingly won three seats out of six and regained the support of 37 of the electorate Toomas Hendrik Ilves on his own won more votes than several other parties combined It came as no surprise that during the presidential elections in September 23 2006 Ilves a former chairman of the party became President of Estonia The Social Democrats remained succesful during the parliamentary elections in March 2007 they won 10 seats and were included in the coalition after having been a minority party for a couple of years Party chairman Ivar Padar became the Secretary of Finance in the new coalition government formed with Reform Party Union of Pro Patria and the Social Democratic Party which was led by prime minister Andrus Ansip from the Reform Party The chairman of Social Democratic Party Jüri Pihl became the Secretary of Interior Affairs and Urve Palo became the Secretary of Population Affairs The new government soon had to face the April civil unrest where ethnic Russians rioted in response to the removal of a bonze statue that honors Soviet soldiers who defeated the Nazis The Secretary of Interior Affairs Jüri Pihl s forceful response to the riots is credited with limiting the spread of unrest During the general assembly meeting on March 7 2009 Jüri Pihl was elected as a chairman of the Social Democratic Party The coalition collapsed after fundamental disagreements about the bill regarding new labor contracts Social Democrats became the opposition party in Parliament During the June elections for European Parliament the party won one mandate which went to Ivari Padar By the fall of 2009 Social Democrats had gained more support during the local elections and took the lead

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  • Logo | SDE
    Contacts Logo SDE About Social Democrats Logo Social Democrats logo is a red rose which symbolises harmony and the ideology of social democrats freedom equality and social justice and solidarity A rose has been used on and off by the various Social Democratic parties since the early 20th Century SDE logo SDE logod About Social Democrats History Logo Social Democratic Party Headquarters Toompuiestee 16 Tallinn 10137 Phone 372 611 6040

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  • About the party | SDE
    people as our biggest assets and promotes the economic and social well being of its citizens Our Vision Social Democrats see Estonia as our nation s home There are no homeless or ostracized winners or losers at home Everyone is appreciated at home and everyone gets to participate equally There are enough jobs for those who want to work and know how At home you ll care for people who can t do it themselves and you teach the ones who don t have the skills Our Values Social Democrats value equality social justice solidarity and economic democracy Labor Social Democracy prioritizes active labor policies Our goal is a competitive Estonian economy We promote growth and employment guarantee education high wage jobs for skilled laborers The economic development should benefit the people not the other way around Equality Social democracy reduces inequality in the society between people and without national boundaries and guarantees everyone a chance to participate in the growth of society s well being Social democracy reduces poverty and limits wastefulness and greediness Social Justice Social democratic policies are based on the principles of equality and solidarity that understand and value human rights and that recognizes the dignity of every human being Social democracy guarantees universal healthcare and social support for handicapped persons and elderly It is a duty of all people to work toward the same goal Solidarity Social democracy promotes collective welfare provisions and takes into account diverse points of views A willingness to pay for other people s services and benefits rests upon the understanding that they in turn will do likewise for you and your children because they are like you and see the world as you do We prioritize education and unlimited equal opportunities for self fulfillment About the party Chairman Board Vice

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  • Chairman | SDE
    2015 He is currently a member of parliament and member of the Cultural Commission which works with draft legislation on education and culture Education Tallinn Secondary Science School 2004 University of Tartu philosophy cum laude 2007 University of Warwick Master of Philosophy cum laude 2009 London School of Economics and Political Science Master of Political Science cum laude 2010 About the party Chairman Board Vice chairmen Council Regions and chapters

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  • Board | SDE
    and legislative acts to the party s representation fraction in Parliament and the party s members in the government and following a wide range of partisan assignments which are outlined by the party s articles of association Jevgeni Ossinovski 63 16 658 jevgeni ossinovski riigikogu ee Inara Luigas 51 68 422 luigasinara gmail com Kajar Lember 53 333 214 kajar lember raad tartu ee Urve Palo 51 77 912 urve palo mkm ee Indrek Saar 50 82 436 indrek saar kul ee Helmen Kütt 51 14 339 helmen kytt riigikogu ee Jaak Allik 50 30 664 allikjaak gmail com Andres Anvelt 52 47 747 andres anvelt sotsdem ee Reet Laja 51 82 818 laja laja pri ee Anto Liivat 55 40 099 anto liivat sotsdem ee Lauri Läänemets 51 39 037 lauri laanemets sotsdem ee Marianne Mikko 56 463 614 marianne mikko sotsdem ee Sven Mikser 6 116 040 sven mikser sotsdem ee Eiki Nestor 51 83 432 eiki nestor riigikogu ee Ivari Padar 51 31 851 ivari padar riigikogu ee Heljo Pikhof 51 19 637 heljo pikhof riigikogu ee Mihkel Raud 56 607 691 mihkel raud riigikogu ee Karel Rüütli 52 46 312 karel ryytli gmail com Maris Sild

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  • Vice chairmen | SDE
    raad tartu ee Urve Palo SDE vice chairman Tel 51 77 912 urve palo mkm ee Indrek Saar SDE vice chairman Tel 50 82 436 indrek saar kul ee Helmen Kütt SDE vice chairman Tel 51 14 339 helmen kytt riigikogu ee About the party Chairman Board Vice chairmen Council Regions and chapters SDE faction in the parliament SDE in European Parliament Audit Committee Editorial group Programming and Articles of

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