27,000-euro fine slapped on suspect in vote-buying case in 2014 Latvian general elections

  • 2016-10-07
  • BNS/TBT Staff
DAUGAVPILS - The Latgale Regional Court has fined Vilani local council lawmaker and businessman Andris Kozulis 27,000 euros, or 75 minimum wages, in the case of vote-buying in favour of Unity candidate Dzintars Zakis in the Latvian general elections in autumn 2014. Kozulis has also been prohibited from taking a lawmaker’s position at the Vilani local council and running for parliament, European Parliament, and local elections for two years. The case has been closed against another suspect, Andrejs Sackovskis, because he has died. ...
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