RIGA - Guntars Krasts' term has seen no shortage of crises and criticism, but in the current political deadlock, he is the only leader Latvia has. The prime minister said that although he had "psychologically prepared" himself to step down after the elections, he would not say 'no' to another stint in the job."Although the situation would not be simple, I am prepared to continue in this office," he told TBT Oct. 22.Krasts cited his biggest achievement since becoming prime minister in mid-1997 as maintaining stability and development, despite plenty of internal and external rockings of the b...
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