TALLINN, Estonia (AFP)--The government of recession-hit Estonia lurched into crisis Thursday as Prime Minister Andrus Ansip said he would kick a center-left party out of his ruling coalition.
"I will ask the president to release from duty the three Social Democrat ministers," the center-right Ansip told reporters after weeks of infighting over the Baltic state's anti-crisis austerity drive. "It's obvious that we can't achieve further budget cuts in the current coalition."
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Estonian PM Seeks To Kick Rival Party Out Of Ruling Coalition