RIGA - Latvia's left-wing alliance For Human Rights in United Latvia has promised to offer ruling parties a "left alternative" in the upcoming general elections. This, the leftists believe, will help them win the parliamentary elections and ensure a left-wing majority. Addressing the alliance's congress, For Human Rights in United Latvia co-chairwoman Tatjana Zdanoka said the party would offer voters a "different vision for the development of the state" as a counterweight to the "policy of social stratification and deprivation of rights" that ruling center-right parties have been implementi...
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