RIGA - The Valdis Dombrovskis government’s first 100 days in office is taking on plenty of criticism, not least of which being accused of still showing signs of the old ways of Latvian politics. This broadside points to the supposed lack of any real breakthrough in the work of the Cabinet, said University of Latvia professor and political scientist Juris Rozenvalds, reports LETA.“Unity has partially taken over the style of the former People’s Party, whilst the Zatlers Reform Party has not lived up to the hopes and expectations people had in it. The situation is di...
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