But I didn't like to announce it yesterday ...
TALLINN (Reuters) - Estonia's president on Thursday namedcenter-right Reform Party leader Andrus Ansip as next primeminister, a move expected to see the Baltic state's currentpro-West and European Union policies stay intact.
The appointment, confirmed by a spokesman for PresidentArnold Ruutel, means Ansip now has 2 weeks to form agovernment. It will be the 12th administration since Estoniawon independence from Moscow in 1991.
Ansip is expected to try to form a new rainbow coalition,spanning the political spectrum from left to right. Theprevious center-right coalition of Juhan Parts fell last weekafter a no-confidence vote sparked by internal bickering.