by Mel Huang In the past few weeks, against the backdrop of a national referendum on proposed amendments to the law on pensions, the development of Latvia’s political culture took an abrupt and disastrous turn. With the pension system collapsing in on itself, the government passed a set of unpopular changes to the law, namely […]

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