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Friday, 18.04.2014, 11:07
In an interview on this morning's edition of the "Latvijas Neatkariga televizija" (LNT) news program "900 Seconds", Latvian State Police Chief Ints Kuzis said that there are no more of the so-called ''legal drug'' outlets still active, informs LETA.
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State Police Chief Ints Kuzis foresees a lull up ahead in the "legal narcotics" trade, as, thanks to recent changes in the Criminal Law, dealers are in a "state of confusion", reports LETA.
In reaction to condemnation from the public for delaying this matter too long, Latvian Saeima made an emergency vote today to introduce criminal accountability for persons selling the so-called ''legal narcotics'', informs LETA.
President Barroso announced on 4 April that seven Commissioners will be standing for elections to the European Parliament and that six will be taking electoral leave from their duties in order to participate actively in the election campaign.
The Cabinet in Lithuania approved of the draft law on private detective activities proposed by the Ministry of Interior, reports LETA/ELTA.
Latvian Saeima today approved the Preamble to the Constitution in the first reading today, informs LETA.
Yesterday The Lawyer, a leading international website for the entire legal profession, presented its Europe-wide awards in London. Joanne Harris, Europe editor of the publication, shared her insights on the winners: “What they all had in common was a commitment to excellence across the board and a clear strategic vision.” SORAINEN received the Baltic Law Firm of the Year 2014 award for advising on innovative landmark transactions while maintaining high levels of client service and developing its strategic vision.