RIGA - The Latvian Constitutional Court ruled that the requirement for study programs in private universities and colleges to be held in the Latvian language is unconstitutional.
The court ruled that the legislative norm does not comply with Articles 112 and 113 of the Constitution, but compliance with Articles 1 and 105 will be reviewed separately.
Part 3 of Section 56 of the Law on Higher Education Institutions and Paragraph 49 of Transitional Provisions have been found unconstitutional.
The Constitutional Court also decided that th...
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