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Monday 09.12.2019 | Name days: Sarmīte, Tabita

Ķirsis: violations at Riga Central Market could not have happened without the city council knowing

Violations at Riga Central Market could not have happened without Riga City Council’s ruling forces knowing about it, said the city council’s opposition deputy Vilnis Ķirsis in an interview to LTV programme Rīta Panorāma on Tuesday, 26 November

«Was never fit for vice-mayor’s post.» Baraņņiks loses post in Riga City Council

With votes from opposition deputies, Riga City Council’s Vice-Chairman Vadims Baraņņiks was removed from his post on Tuesday, 19 November. He was also removed from his post in Riga Freeport board.

Riga City Council opposition will likely refrain from Baraņņiks’ dismissal vote

On Tuesday, 19 November, the opposition of Riga City Council will likely abstain or not participate at all in the vote regarding the dismissal of the city council’s vice-chairman Vadims Baraņņiks, as told by For Latvia’s Development faction chairman Viesturs Zeps.

Harmony halts work in Riga City Council coalition until GKR makes up its mind

Political party Harmony’s faction in Riga City Council has decided to halt its work in the coalition until Honour to Service Riga makes up its mind in regards to cooperation with Independent Deputies Faction, as confirmed by Riga City Council’s vice-chairman Anna Vladova on Thursday, 14 November.

Party ratings: support for all political parties in Latvia declines in October

Support for all political parties represented in the Saeima declined in October. Support has dropped the most rapidly for New Unity, National Alliance «All for Latvia – For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK» and Harmony, as reported by LTV programme Panorāma with reference to a survey performed by SKDS.

Latvia’s largest opposition party Harmony changes leadership

Harmony, Latvia’s largest opposition party in the parliament, has voted in its convention to replace former Riga Mayor Nils Ušakovs with veteran legislator Jānis Urbanovičs as the chairman of the party.

Politicians Ušakovs and Rubiks removed from the board of Harmony Centre

European Parliament member Nils Ušakovs and politician Alfrēds Rubiks have been excluded from Harmony Centre’s board, according to an official entry in the Latvian Herald.


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