TALLINN - Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip has said that he will not seek another term as head of the country’s government, LETA reports.Estonian government coalition parties confirm that the coalition is not breaking up and no new prime minister is being searched for despite the announcement of Andrus Ansip that he would not be leading the next Estonian government, National Broadcasting reports. The government has been under increasing pressure in recent weeks as public criticism over a number of different laws has spilled out onto the streets.“If this government...
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