Ieva Feldman-Walmsley is a young political hopeful, working at the Latvian parliament, and already being tipped by some as a future Prime Minister, even before she wins a seat! We met a few days after her debut in the Riga City Council elections. The Baltic Times sat with her for the profound interview.
You were born in Latvia?
I was born in 1989, in Riga, but spent my early childhood in a small town in North Kurzeme, called Valdemarpils. However, we moved to the capital when I was 5. My whole family is from Kurzeme and I am proud of my heritage.&...
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