RIGA The opposition People's Party has set up a task force of lawyers to draft a bill about the procedure for making public files on agents of the KGB that were left in Latvia after the Baltic state broke free from the Soviet Union in 1991. MP Janis Lagzdins has been appointed to chair the task force that is to come up with specific proposals about the procedure for publishing the KGB archives and legal consequences of the move.The task force will also include historians, archive experts and representatives from public organizations such as the Union of the Politically Repressed Persons, sa...
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