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Ceturtdiena 15.11.2018 | Name days: Undīne, Leopolds, Unda

Bordāns: NCP will not support Pabriks’ government because KPV LV will not support it either

If the President of Latvia decides to nominate Attīstībai/Par! member Artis Pabriks, KPV LV will not work in this government. New Conservative Party would take the same position, according to what politicians told Tieša runa programme of LTV.

Jurmala City Council deputy asks State Audit to check six sport event procurements

Jurmala City Council Rolands Parasigs-Parasiņš from the National Alliance ‘All for Latvia’ – ‘For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK’ has asked the State Audit to evaluate several of the municipality’s procurements associated with the organization of sports events in Jurmala.

Government starts discussing Latvia’s readiness for Brexit, worst scenario included

Latvian ministries’ readiness for the moment when Britain exits the EU differ, Latvian Foreign Affairs Minister Edgars Rinkēvičs told journalists after a government meeting on Tuesday, 13 November.

NCP’s proposed pension and benefit changes will cost state budget several hundred million euros

New Conservative Party’s proposals on changes for pensions and benefits will cost the next Latvian government several hundred million euros, according to estimates from ministries.

Electricity stock market prices up in all Baltic States last week

Last week, electricity stock market prices increased in all three Baltic States, as reported by AS Latvenergo.

Priorities of Bordāns’ potential government in Latvia are taking shape

Five political parties New Conservative Party would like to see in the next Cabinet of Ministers have reached an agreement on priorities of the potential new government in Latvia. More clarity on the possible division of posts, however, was not reached at the first round of talks this Monday.

Unemployment level in Latvia remained at 6.1% in October

In October 2018 unemployment in Latvia was at 6.1% of the country’s economically active residents, according to information from the State Employment Agency.

Grindeks: medicines to become more expensive because of new European requirements

Due to the adoption of a verification system to check safety of medicines, medicines are expected to become more expensive, said Juris Bundulis, board chairman of Grindeks.

Political parties submit proposals for Saeima committees

In continuation of talks regarding the parliament’s work, political parties elected to the 13th Saeima have voiced their expectations and proposals for future governance of Saeima committees.

Retail trade in Latvia grows more rapidly than average in Europe

Compared to the same month of 2017, retail trade turnover in Latvia grew by 3.5% in September 2018. This is more rapidly than the average in the European Union, according to data published by Eurostat.