25 October 2000 In an effort to show government transparency, the Latvian Finance Minister, Gundars Berzins, has installed a webcam in his office. The camera, which does not provide sound, allows the public to watch otherwise closed meetings (http://www.tautaspartija.lv/ministry/). The move comes in response to public concern in Latvia about the country’s image, following repeated […]

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