A piece of unfinished business from his predecessor that must have naggedPrime Minister Einars Repse is now about to be put right. In the spring andsummer of 2002 the attempts of the Berzins-government to recruit a capableperson to head the Bureau of Prevention and Control turned into a charade.Two recruitment rounds in full publicity ended without a convincingappointment. The impression that the bureau was inefficient and bogged downin bureaucracy never dissipated. So it came as no surprise that a newcompetition for the post as head of the BCPC was announced on July 1 of thisyear. The watc...
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