RIGA - At last week's session of the Baltic Assembly held in Vilnius, members of Parliament from the three Baltic states decided to work together to create a joint statement condemning totalitarian communism in hopes of eventually having it adopted as a resolution by the European Parliament."We accepted the resolution condemning totalitarian communism," said Ainars Latkovskis, a member of the New Era political party and the Baltic Assembly."Condemnation should be carried out because few people have been punished for it," Leopolds Ozolins, a member of Latvia's For Fatherland and Freedom said...
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