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Posted inCentral Europe & Baltics, Regions

Controversial Anti-Immigrant Campaign Ad in Latvia Defended

26 June 2002span> RIGA, 25 June (LETA)–Constitutional Protection Bureau Deputy Director Uldis Dzenitis does not see any violations in the Freedom Party’s (Latvijas Brivibas partija, BP) campaign commercial and leaflets, which depict a black man in a Latvian military uniform standing at the Freedom Monument with a caption that reads: “Today–Latvia’s Defender, Tomorrow–Your Son-In-Law?” Dzenitis […]