Pauls Raudseps is one of Latvia's leading journalists and commentators. He was one of the founders of the daily newspaper Diena , where he worked for almost 19 years as managing editor and editorial page editor. He left Diena in October , to help found the weekly news magazine Ir. Now, almost 25 years later, not a single party represented in the Latvian parliament identifies itself as liberal, and the word itself has become a term either of political abuse or ironic self-deprecation, a way of admitting that your views are largely outside the political mainstream. That is not to say that nobody defends ideas that elsewhere would be labelled as liberal.
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Baltic tribes arrived in what is now Latvia from the Pripet marshes around B. These included the Lettgalians, and the term Latvju derives from the peoples and province of Latgale. The most important minority group was the Baltic Germans, who settled there in the thirteenth century. Jews arrived in the seventeenth century.
Humanities and art Sub-field of research 6. Petersburg in and it cared during 8 months for the people who fled or were evacuated from the Latvian Provinces of Russia during the First World War. Only in the league started to work in Latvia which emerged at the end of the war as an independent state. The goals of the league were written down in their statutes.
She also believes that with time "representation of women will not only increase in Saeima, but also among prime minister candidates and among the decision makers of the new government. Meanwhile it is worth recalling that unlike some countries, Latvia has already had a female President and Prime Minister. The newly elected MP says her family was well aware that when she got into politics, she "would no longer belong to herself or her family", because in politics "there is only work, responsibility and an obligation". This is a stereotype that is not easy to break," she says. Nevertheless, she feels ready to face the challenge, because, as she notes, her children have grown up and therefore she can devote herself to political work completely.