17 April 2000 Political tension in Latvia is a normal occurence, but in recent weeks, it has shifted into overdrive, threatening to bring down the government. On 12 April, it did just that, as Prime Minister Andris Šķēle resigned after losing the support of his two junior coalition members. Though issues concerning privatisation and other […]

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