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Estonians oppose the reception of refugees
Place: Tallinn, Estonia
The protest action of the Estonian people against refugees from North Africa and the Middle East, which was attended by about 1000 people was held in Tallin, Freedom square. According to the decision of the European Commission, Estonia is expected to take up to 1200 illegal refugees. Estonian politicians can't disobey the orders of the European Commission, however, the population is in anxiety: there are 900,000 Estonians and receiving such number of refugees immediately will change the ethnic composition of the country. Same opinions are observed in Latvia and Lithuania, which also have to take more than a thousand illegal immigrants.
00:10-00:17 Liberty square, hundreds of people gathered
00:17-00:23 posters in Russian and Estonian languages
00:23-00:36 cartoons of government officials +posters with the requirement to hold a referendum on the adoption of the refugees
00:36-00:41 posters in Russian and Estonian languages
00:49-01:01 Freedom square, hundreds of people gathered
01:01-01:08 Estonian national flags
01:08-01:15 applause from the protesters
01:22-01:27 a man holds Estonian flag
01:27-01:37 the protesters
01:37-01:45 speech of Kristin Ojuland
01:45-01:53 statement of Kristin Ojuland
01:53-02:00, protesters hold a banner "For Estonia quota - 0"
02:00-02:28 Tunnel Vajnume, organiser
02:00-02:23(Rus) We want to hold a referendum against this mass immigration, we want to say "no" to the actions of a government that does not conduct any dialogue with the people.
02:23-02:28(Rus) Signatures are collected right now and it is known that the referendum will be held for 100%! The protest action of the Estonian people against refugees from North Africa and the Middle East, which was attended by about 1000 people was held in Tallin, Freedom square.