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Wednesday, 04.05.2016, 07:07
The Lithuanian government approved on May 2nd the legislative amendments to criminalize travel abroad for terrorist purposes, informs LETA/BNS.
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In the first three months of the year 2016, the number of crimes committed in Estonia decreased 7% compared to the same period last year, informs LETA/BNS.
In spite of the implementing provisions of the gender neutral Registered Partnership Act not having been adopted, people in Estonia are registering partnerships in accordance with the law that came into force on January 1 and the absence of the implementing provisions has not caused serious practical problems, informs LETA/BNS.
Convicted person Raimond Shtalberg has committed a new crime, but is still enjoying freedom in Latvia22.04.2016
On April 18, 10 (ten!) years after the crime was committed a court of first instance tried a case on arson of Customs Criminal Board director, deputy director general Vladimir Vashkevich’s car and divulgence of State following theft of documents from entrepreneur Inara Vilkaste. Riga city Vidzeme district court found the accused persons Raimond Shtalberg and Edgar Gulbis guilty. Latvian Themis was very loyal to criminals once again: after a sentence was proclaimed they were not arrested, but set off home informed BC Gaida Matisone.
Saeima in Latvia approved in the third and final reading a number of amendments to the Immigration Law, thus concluding work on the amendments, which were submitted to the 11th Saeima for review almost 18 months ago, informs LETA.
Saeima in Latvia today in the second and final reading passed the controversial amendments to the Criminal Law aimed at countering the hybrid war threat, informs LETA.
Lithuania's parliament on April 19th gave a go-ahead of more overtime hours in the debate on the new Labor Code, reports LETA/BNS.