Toomas Hendrik Ilves was elected President of Estonia on 23 September 2006 by the electoral college in the Estonia Theatre in Tallinn by a vote of 174 votes in favour. President Ilves took the oath of office in the Riigikogu on 9 October 2006.
On 29 August 2011, Toomas Hendrik Ilves was elected the President of the Republic of Estonia during the first round of voting in the Riigikogu with 73 votes. President Ilves took his second oath of office on 10 October 2011.
The President was elected for a term of five years.
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