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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Saturday, 23.09.2017, 23:02

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Child rights protection reform makes headway in Lithuanian Seimas

Child rights protection reform makes headway in Lithuanian Seimas

20.09.2017

A child right protection system reform package that, for the first time, sets six years as the minimum age for a child to be left alone is making headway in the Lithuanian parliament, informs LETA/BNS.

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Latvian, Azerbaijani JustMin agree on judicial cooperation

Latvian, Azerbaijani JustMin agree on judicial cooperation

14.09.2017

Justice Minister Dzintars Rasnacs (National Alliance) and his Azerbaijani counterpart Fikrat Mammadov today signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation between the Justice Ministries of the two countries, Latvian Justice Ministry spokesman Andris Vitenburgs told LETA.

President's bill that would end registration of newborns as non-citizens submitted to Saeima

President's bill that would end registration of newborns as non-citizens submitted to Saeima

13.09.2017

President Raimonds Vejonis has submitted his legislative initiative that would end the registration of newborns in Latvia as non-citizens to Saeima for adoption, LETA was told at the president's office.


Latvian ombudsman: registration of newborns without any citizenship is breach of children's rights

Latvian ombudsman: registration of newborns without any citizenship is breach of children's rights

08.09.2017

Registration of newborns without any citizenship should not be permitted because it constitutes a breach of the children's rights to citizenship, Latvian Ombudsman Juris Jansons said, cites LETA.

Ministry drafts bill enabling Estonian businesses to manufacture weapons

Ministry drafts bill enabling Estonian businesses to manufacture weapons

06.09.2017

A piece of draft legislation has exited the Estonian Ministry of Defense that would give Estonian defense industry businesses the right to handle military weapons and munitions, informs LETA/BNS.


23.08.2017

Cypriot court to ask Latvia’s opinion about alleged violations of Miluss’ rights

On August 22nd, a court hearing was held in Cyprus on extraditing businessman Germans Miluss, convicted in Latvia in connection with bribery in 2005 local elections in Jurmala, to Latvia, but the court has not made its decision.

22.08.2017

Latvian government supports bill restricting face-covering

The government in Latvia on August 22nd endorsed draft legislation that would ban wearing face-covering clothes or accessories in public places, reports LETA.

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