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    For Development/For also planning bilateral talks with parties represented in 13th Saeima

    RIGA, Oct 11 (LETA) - For Development/For alliance is also planning consultative bilateral talks with the political parties that have won mandates in the 13th Saeima, LETA learned.

    For Development/For, however, would not comment on these plans in greater detail, promising to give more information later. The forthcoming consultations do not mean that For Development/For is going to take initiative in forming Latvia’s next government as the alliance only wants to discuss the current situation.

    The leadership of For Development/For will discuss the situation at a meeting which has been called this evening.

    On Friday, October 12, For Development/For intends to meet for consultations with New Unity and possibly also with the Union of Greens and Farmers, as well as the National Alliance.

    As reported, the New Conservative Party and KPV LV, the two parties that have won the highest number of votes in last week’s Saeima elections after Harmony, have been holding talks with other potential partners on Latvia’s next government coalition.

    Artis Pabriks, a candidate for Latvia’s next prime minister from For Development/For, said on Latvian Television this morning that after the first euphoria about the strong election results, talks between the New Conservative Party and KPV LV have revealed serious differences about the formation of the new government. Rather than providing answers, the first round of negotiations has raised more questions, Pabriks said.

    • Published: 11.10.2018 17:47
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