RIGA - Latvia's administrative-territorial reform might need further adjustments in the next five to ten years, but this cannot be a pretext for not trying to make improvements already now, Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins (New Unity) said in an interview with Latvian Television on Wednesday.
Commenting on the administrative-territorial reform project, which is currently making its way through Saeima and has drawn fierce criticism from several local governments, the prime minister said that the reform plan will never be liked by everyone, but that Latvia needs to move ...
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