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Poor public image?

So just change your name.

The 1,615-member Estonian United PeopleÂ’s Party, which represents mainly Russian-speaking politicians, elected new leaders and changed its name at its congress last Saturday. The partyÂ’s former chairman Yevgeni Tomberg admitted before the closed-session congress that the party is suffering due to lack of popularity. The party is not represented in the Estonian parliament, but 24 members hold posts at the municipal level.

The partyÂ’s new name will be the Constitutional Party, one not any more appealing than the United PeopleÂ’s Party, if you ask us. If you want to appeal to young Estonians, we suggest a name like Free Beer.