“The constitution has been translated and attempts have been made to improve this translation at various times. The current translation was also revised about seven years ago,” Jüri Heinla, head of Riigi Teataja, told ERR on Tuesday, adding that the translation has been criticized on several points in the past, with issues of technical terminology and dated terms being considered. In addition, the update is timely as the Estonian constitution celebrates its centennial in June.

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