Government Structure

Coleman, Denise Youngblood
July 2013
Latvia Country Review;2013, p52
Country Report
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The article explores the structure of the Latvian government, which is a parliamentary republic whose parliament called Saeima was dissolved on July 23, 2011 due to more than 94% of voters calling to disband it resulting to the September 17, 2011 elections.


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