There has been a change of leadership with the Reform Party government in Estonia. Out goes Andrus Ansip as prime minister and in comes Siim Kallas, the former Commissioner for Transport in Brussels. Kallas has been away from Estonia for almost ten years.So he will return to his former job as prime minister, and certainly to the Reform Party he created. His move might seem a come down, but in reality it is not. Kallas is very clever is nurturing a dream of combining the office of prime minister and president on the grounds of cost saving, first floated by him as far back as 2003. But ...
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