Estonian deputy speaker quits after allegations of 'wild party' in KL

Taavi Roivas, the former Estonian prime minister says he will step down as deputy parliament speaker after reports of a "wild party" in Kuala Lumpur last month.

Roivas publicly apologised for improper conduct during a Sept 21 party in Kuala Lumpur, where he headed a trade to Singapore and Malaysia - writes

This provided indirect confirmation of a report byEesti Paevaleht, an Estonia newspaper, that delegation members including Roivas behaved improperly toward women at the party. 

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