Einars Repse marked a mixed 100 days in the prime minister's chair on Feb. 14. On taking up the office last year he promised to usher in a new era of transparent government, administrative reform and step up the fight against corruption. How has he fared?Repse argues that increased openness of government is his biggest achievement. Indeed, it is true that Cabinet meetings are now open to the press, as are local government committee meetings, government procurement tenders and a slew of other previously murky government business.However, the application of transparency has not always been l...
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