The Reform Party may be considered to be the all-time most successful party in Estonia. The Reform Party has held the responsibility of government longer than any other party in Estonia. Since 1999 the Reform Party has always been represented in the government of the Republic of Estonia. In addition to holding ministers' position we have been in the leading role - as Prime Minister. The current Honorary Chairman Siim Kallas was Estonia's Prime Minister from 2002 to 2003 and the current chairman Andrus Ansip has led the government since March 2005. Ansip's support as Prime Minister has been the greatest Estonia has seen.
Also both European Parliament elections held so far may be considered successful for the Reform Party as a representative of the Reform Party has been elected to the European Parliament on both occasions.
The Reform Party has been represented in the Riigikogu since the parliamentary election of 1995. After merely a year of existence, 19 members the Reform Party were given representative rights by the voters. In the next Riigikogu the Party received 18 seats and the elections of 2003 allowed the Party to form a faction of 19 again. As a result of several MPs joining the Party, the eventual number of members of the Reform Party in the 10th composition of the parliament was 23. The triumph in the Riigikogu elections of 2007 gave the Reform Party 31 seats in the Parliament.