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Ceturtdiena 02.04.2020 | Name days: Imgarde, Irmgarde

Minister: Ventspils City Council needs to reduce Lembergs’ influence over municipality

It is the duty of Ventspils City Council as state officials to reduce the influence and control of Aivars Lembergs over the municipal administration’s work, mentions Latvia’s Environment Protection and Regional Development Minister Juris Pūce in a letter sent to Ventspils City Council deputies and executive director.

Latvian government submits to Saeima legislative draft on Riga City Council’s dismissal

Latvia’s Cabinet of Ministers decided to submit to the Saeima the legislative draft developed by Environment Protection and Regional Development Ministry on dismissal of Riga City Council.

Environment Ministry to decide on Riga City Council’s dismissal this week

Latvia’s Environment Protection and Regional Development Ministry’s lawyers will prepare a report this week on whether or not it is necessary to initiate dismissal of Riga City Council, as journalists were told by Environment Protection Minister Juris Pūce on Tuesday, 3 December.

Environment Ministry proposes changing Latvian residents’ shopping habits

Every year each household in Latvia spends 200 and more euros on food that ends up thrown away, as concluded in a research performed by Environment Protection and Regional Development Ministry.

Saeima committee asks KNAB to look into regional reform’s promotional campaign

Latvian Saeima’s Audit Committee’s members have asked Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau and Procurement Monitoring Bureau to check if there are any violations in Regional Development Ministry’s advertisement campaign for the administrative territorial reform, as reported by Saeima press-service.

Corruption watchdog to investigate possible conflict of interest at Social Integration Fund

Latvia’s Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau plans to investigate Ascendum manager and Latvia’s Environment Minister Juris Pūce’s wife Zaigas Pūce’s candidacy for the post of director of the Social Integration Fund’s secretariat.

Latvian city trio could retain special status after reform, minister says

As the massive Latvian administrative reform is to be discussed in government, its advocate, the Regional Development Minister, has suggested Liepāja, Rēzekne and Daugavpils could retain their special status thus increasing the number of prospective municipalities to 39.


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