Peeter Marvet made a 10 minute screencast in English that provides a tour of Estonian e-government sites, explains where tagging to provide feedback to elected officials could fit in and asks you to provide feedback on the concept.
Watch this and you will wish your country had today's level of interaction with government officials. One of the great things about a small country is the ability to make swift change and test new approaches to government. How would you improve the system? For example, one e-government site requires you affiliate yourself with a group in order to provide feedback -- how could group forming be supported?
In related news, President Rüütel issued a statement yesterday against the internet voting act passed by the Parliament, which wire services are interpreting as a veto, even though he has no such power. His principle concern is Identity (60% of the population has electronic ID cards already). The devil is certainly in the details of this system, but again, here is an opportunity for Identity experts to weigh in from afar.