RIGA - Latvia's Corruption Prevention and Control Bureau (KNAB) has asked the Prosecutor General's Office to bring charges against a total of 10 suspects in the criminal case over the shady deal aimed at introducing digital television in the Baltic country.One of the 10 suspects is Harijs Krongorns, who works with the consulting company UVK owned by Latvia's three-times ex-Prime Minister and wealthy businessman Andris Skele, said Dzintra Subrovska, a spokeswoman for the Prosecutor General's Office. Krongorns is currently being held in custody.The spokeswoman said the identities of the other...
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