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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Thursday, 26.05.2016, 21:26

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Latvian MFA: release of Savchenko clear proof that collective effort by the international community works

Latvian MFA: release of Savchenko clear proof that collective effort by the international community works

26.05.2016

Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics wrote in his Twitter account today that the release of Ukrainian pilot Nadyia Savchenko is clear proof that collective effort by the international community works, informs LETA.

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CIA prison case: Guantanamo detainee asks Vilnius court for victim status

CIA prison case: Guantanamo detainee asks Vilnius court for victim status

24.05.2016

A lawyer acting for Mustafa al-Hawsawi, a Saudi citizen held in the Guantanamo Bay US detention facility, has asked a Vilnius court to grant victim status to her client because he could have been kept in a secret CIA prison close to Vilnius, informs LETA/BNS.

Easing naturalization requirements not to boost number of Latvian citizens

Easing naturalization requirements not to boost number of Latvian citizens

20.05.2016

Latvia's non-citizens will not be applying for Latvian citizenship en masse, if the naturalization requirements were loosened, said Elizabete Krivcova, a representative of the Non-Citizens' Congress, an organization defending the rights of non-citizens, informs LETA.


Lithuanian PM backs idea of easing requirements for dual citizenship referendum

Lithuanian PM backs idea of easing requirements for dual citizenship referendum

19.05.2016

The leader of the ruling Lithuanian Social Democratic Party, Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevicius, supports the idea of making an exception and lowering the threshold of the necessary number of votes in the planned referendum on dual citizenship, reports LETA/BNS.

Latvian parliament upholds bill to make Occupation Museum object of national importance

Latvian parliament upholds bill to make Occupation Museum object of national importance

19.05.2016

The Latvian parliament today upheld in the second reading legislative amendments to give to the Occupation Museum the status of an object of national importance, informs LETA.

19.05.2016

Estonian Riigikogu completes 2nd reading of administrative reform bill

The parliament of Estonia (Riigikogu) late on May 18th evening finished the second reading of the administrative reform bill that it started a week ago, informs LETA/BNS.

06.05.2016

Latvian Saeima finds proposed amendments to EU's Posted Workers Directive inconsistent

The Saeima European affairs committee has found the amendments proposed by the European Commission to the EU's Posted Workers Directive inconsistent with the principle of subsidiarity, LETA was told at the Saeima Press Office.

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