Ansip keeps promise: ‘It’s time to go’
- From wire report
TALLINN - In keeping to his word, Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip, in a speech in the Tartu Vanemuine Theater, announced on Feb. 23 that he would tender his letter of resignation to President Toomas Hendrik Ilves on March 4.In making the announcement, he said, “It was here, in the concert hall of Vanemuine, that I announced two years ago that I would not start a new election campaign as a candidate for prime minister. I’m sure there were those that said: a politician can take back his promise as easily as he gave it. I have always tried to keep my promises. So today i...
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