There’s been a bit of reshuffling in Latvian politics in recent weeks, some of it based on once-big kahunas apparently wanting to dip a toe back in the water (former Prime Minister Einars Repse and his kinda-sorta not really a political party, more of a chat shop thing), and others finding themselves lost at sea after the disappearance of the political structures via which they were first elected. This applies most specifically to the now-defunct First Party of Latvia/Latvia’s Way (LPP/LC), which did quite well in the 2009 local government election in Riga, then joined togeth...
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