RIGA - Latvia's state administration is suited for a 20th-century country and is similar to a large local government in that it is not sufficiently complex and does not "cover" all areas, President Egils Levits told TV3 this morning.
"We are used to a political and governance system that is appropriate for a country in the 20th century. It is on a level of a large municipality. The modern state is very complicated with different institutions and different policies. I have to say that a number of policies are not covered on the political level," the...
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