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Budget Committee declines residents’ request to postpone increasing funding for parties

Saeima’s Budget and Finance Committee has rejected a public initiative signed by more than 11 000 residents. This initiative requested postponing the planned increase of funding for political parties.

Saeima’s committee views residents’ request on postponing increase of party funding

On Wednesday, 20 November, Saeima’s Mandates, Ethics and Submissions Committee conceptually supported the legislative draft on the initiative signed by more than 11 000 residents in regards to the significant increase of funding for political parties and its submission to the parliament’s Budget Committee for review.

Central Election Commission permits signature collection for Seaima’s dismissal

On Thursday, 14 November, Latvia’s Central Election Commission registered a signature collection process initiated by Varu Latijas Tautai and Centre Party for the dismissal of the 13th Saeima.

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.

Latvian parties to divide state funding: Harmony to get the lion's share

Political parties elected to the 13th Saeima will be able to receive funding from the state budget worth EUR 4 119 581 in 2020. The majority of this amount – EUR 800 000 – will be provided to Harmony, whereas the smallest amount will be provided to New Unity, which may receive EUR 416 535, according to Justice Ministry.

State funding for parties proposal – no more than EUR 80 000 per political party

Parties of the ruling coalition in Latvia have agreed to calculate state budget support based on contribution on elections of all levels, journalists were told by Latvia’s President Egils Levits after a meeting of coalition parties’ Saeima faction representatives on Monday, 7 October.


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