Electoral college to decide Estonian presidential race
An electoral college will vote between the sitting president and an US-educated diplomat at the final stage of Estonia's presidential election.
President Arnold Ruutel, 78, is seeking re-election for another five-year term and is considered a front-runner in the race.
He has a good chance of keeping his job as the 101-seat Riigikogu, or parliament, failed to settle on a candidate in three earlier voting rounds in late August.
Ruutel's main rival is European Parliament member Toomas Hendrik Ilves, 52, a two-time foreign minister, former diplomat and journalist.