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    Next round of talks between KPV LV and New Conservatives will not take place this week

    RIGA, Oct 11 (LETA) - KPV LV representatives will not hold repeated talks with the New Conservative Party on Friday as KPV LV wants to meet representatives from all political parties voted into the 13th Saeima, KPV LV's candidate for prime minister Aldis Gobzems told reporters today.

    On Friday, October 12, KPV LV will have a meeting with New Unity and on Monday, October 15, with the Union of Greens and Farmers.

    KPV LV will also have a meeting with Harmony, but not for coalition talks, said Gobzems. The meeting will take place as KPV LV has promised its voters to acquaint all the parties represented in the next Saeima with its program, he emphasized.

    It was not a goal of KPV LV to meet with all the parties as quickly as possible, said Gobzems. "Latvia will not be left without government," he added.

    Today, Gobzems held a meeting with the New Conservative Party's leader Janis Bordans to inform him about KPV LV's position.

    The New Conservative Party earlier said that it was planning to hold another round of government formation talks on Friday with four political parties elected to the 13th Saeima: KPV LV, National Alliance, New Unity, and For Development/For.

    As reported, according to the preliminary election results, Harmony party has won 23 seats in the 13th Saeima, KPV LV and the New Conservative Party will have sixteen MPs each, For Development/For and National Alliance - thirteen MPs each, Greens/Farmers - eleven, and New Unity - eight MPs.

    • Published: 11.10.2018 17:35
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