RIGAFollowing a NATO-issued reprimand regarding the integrity of Latvia's security organizations, Prime Minister Einars Repse last week introduced a radical reorganization plan of security services that would give him sole control over their activities.The project, already labeled a "wide ranging experiment" by some, anticipates all security services being placed under the prime minister's control.The proposed changes would most directly affect the Constitution Protection Office, or CPO, Latvia's top security and intelligence agency. Repse proposed radically changing the existing system by ...
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