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    National Alliance/Association of Regions also draw red-line against working with Honor to Serve Riga in Riga City Council

    RIGA, Aug 7 (LETA) - Representatives from the joint ticket of the National Alliance and the Latvian Association of Regions for the upcoming emergency Riga City Council elections say that they also have drawn a red-line against working with Honor to Serve Riga in the next city council.

    This was posted by candidate Janis Ratkevics in his Twitter account today.

    ''During a meeting of candidates from the two parties yesterday, we decided to also draw a red-line against cooperation with Honor to Serve Riga, and will not join a coalition with this party,'' he said.

    Previously, the National Alliance/Latvian Association of Regions alliance announced that they will not work together with Harmony in the next Riga City Council.

    Meanwhile, asked what would happen in a potential scenario in which it would not be possible to form a coalition without Honor to Serve Riga, the chairman of the Latvian Association of Regions Edvards Smiltens said that there are many possible scenarios, and everything will be determined by the final seat count.

    The politician emphasized that the National Alliance/Association of Regions will concentrate on gaining the most number of seats possible, and said that this decision will leave no more doubt on their position regarding cooperation with Harmony and Honor to Serve Riga. ''We must take a broom and brush out the old politics of the Riga City Council,'' he said.

    • Published: 07.08.2020 15:14
    • Martinš Kalaus, LETA
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