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Several police officers in Latvia face disciplinary probe over purchase of motor vehicles not compliant with required emissions standards24.10.2016.
Several disciplinary probes have been launched after motor vehicles that do not comply with the purchase agreement have been delivered to the State Police, and the Internal Security Bureau has been asked to assess the responsibility of several police officials for the situation, reports LETA.
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