Mainstream parties lost out to new anti-establishment parties in elections on Saturday in Latvia. The left-leaning Harmony party – which has a cooperation agreement with Russia’s ruling party, United Russia – and advocates the interests of Latvia’s Russian-speaking citizens, became the biggest party, with 19.8 percent of the vote, according to country’s central election commission. About a quarter of Latvia’s 2.2 million population are Russian-speaking.

IF war should start the Baltics are done for.



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