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The Ministry of Culture and unions signed a letter of intent to raise salaries for culture professionals.
The end is drawing near for the year that was brought to us by an alien in a flying saucer, hovering over the Estonia Concert Hall last New Year's. It has been the year that, if it didn't invent culture, at least took every opportunity to make us conscious of it.
Minister of Culture Rein Lang is planning to limit the range of books, as well as the speed of freshly-published literature, appearing on the shelves of public libraries.
The new law, under which at least 1 percent of the construction budget of public buildings must be allocated for the commissioning of artwork, has created confusion among some establishments.
The Ministry of Culture, currently headed by former Justice Minister Rein Lang, will give up its role administering copyright issues, which Lang said have grown too complex for the institution.
In the midst of Tallinn's year in the spotlight as the European Capital of Culture, the new Minister of Culture Rein Lang said in a talk to creative industries representatives that Estonia has too many cultural institutions.