TALLINN - The three center-right parties who combined for 53 seats in Estonia's new Parliament are all but assured of forming the country's next government.What's far murkier is who Pro Patria Union, the Moderates and the Reform Party will put forward as prime minister.Analysts are predicting the post will go to former prime minister and history teacher Mart Laar. Laar's Pro Patria Union gained a slightly higher percentage than Reform, although both got 18 seats. The Moderates clocked up 17 seats. Laar, who governed Estonia as head of Pro Patria from 1992 to 1994, is credited with putting i...
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