Parliament says ‘Yes’ then ‘No’ to funding for Libertas

Estonian parliamentarian denies backing new party; Libertas could lose €200,000 in funding.

The European Parliament has suspended a decision to give €200,000 in EU funds to Libertas, a new political party opposed to the EU’s Treaty of Lisbon, after a member of the Estonian parliament denied that he had signed the documents used to establish the party as a pan-European organisation.

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