Estonian Communist Party leader Vaino Valjas said Saturday he would take a delegation of the republic's top officials to Moscow next week to explain their objections to Kremlin proposals for changes to the Soviet constitution.

In interviews on Estonian radio and television, according to local journalists in the republic's capital of Tallinn, Valjas said the delegation would be received by President Mikhail Gorbachev and Prime Minister Nikolai Ryzhkov."We will present the Estonian platform on the draft electoral law and changes in the (Soviet) constitution," the journalists quoted him as saying. The meeting is to take place Nov. 9. He said the republic's president, Arnold Ruutel, and the party's new ideological chief, Indrek Toome, will accompany him to Moscow.