RIGA - During a New Unity party meeting on Saturday, Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins (New Unity) said that the current government coalition, made up of five parties, is more stable than may seem.
He said that at the previous party meeting New Unity's rating was lower than it is now, and that political experts did not predict that the party would even get voted into the current Saeima. ''But New Unity not only achieved the five percent threshold, but also has formed a strong political group in parliament. This is due to the competence and professionalism of our politicians,'' Karins said.
Karins also said that the current government, which may seem unstable to some, is actually more stable than may seem. ''New Unity, with its experience and approach, is capable of keeping these parties together and moving forward,'' he added.
He also thanked New Unity members for their effort and hard work, as well as encouraged new members to join the party.