RIGA - The first round of talks about the formation of a new Latvian government have been inconclusive, Latvian President Raimonds Vejonis told the press on Friday, Dec. 11.
Latvian Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma, representing the center-right Unity party, announced her resignation on Dec. 7 following a meeting with President Raimonds Vejonis. The premier’s resignation means that her Cabinet is standing down as well.
The Latvian president has been meeting with all parties represented in the parliament on Thursday and Friday to discuss the composition of ...
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