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Minister of Culture Indrek Saar is a member of the Social Democratic Party (SDE), while Minister of Education Mailis Reps and Prime Minister Jüri Ratas are from the Centre Party; Ms Randjärv is from the opposition Reform Party, as noted.
More broadly, it has also brought into the spotlight the running of state and public, or semi-public, bodies and the need for reform there; it also transpires that EK has budget issues as well as leadership ones.
Moreover, Tea Varrak says that Ms Randjärv herself tried to move things along, contacting Prime Minister Jüri Ratas (Centre) several times on the phone as well as contacting Minister of Education Mailis Reps (Centre), asking the latter to lean on her subordinates on the EK board (including Ms Varrak herself), as reported by investigative weekly Eesti Ekspress.
Mr Ratas was quick to reject any idea that he pulled any strings: "I had a phone conversation with the person in question, but it was not the case that I attempted to influence the decision.
and came to the conclusion that as information varied during and after the process of appointing Ms Randjärv on when she would take up the post, we can't conclude an agreement with her.
We have to start with a clean sheet," said Ms Parts.
To understand EK necessitates turning the clock way back to the grim depths of the first Soviet occupation of the country in 1940-1941 and the founding of the State Philharmonic Society of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic (ESSR).Laine Randjärv was chosen by the board unanimously — though not subsequently cast out unanimously, as it turns out — on 13 September, and was due to start work on 1 February 2019, replacing current incumbent Jüri Leiten.Selection to head such bodies, as well as private sector ones, is often referred to as a "competition" ("konkurents" in Estonian), so we'll stay consistent in calling it that.That the body was so hastily set up even during the privations of wartime hints at the centrality of high(er) culture in Estonia both Soviet and independent, something anglophones often struggle to grasp.Following wartime disruption — the Nazis presumably put a lower value on culture — the Philharmonic Society was restored, featuring famed conductor Gustav Ernesaks as its artistic director.
Nevertheless, the progress of events during and after the competition gets a bit murky here; more information is likely to emerge on what happened, but the main issue cited revolved around Ms Randjärv's start date.