Ex Latvian central bank chief shocks with pay rise

ARTICLE - The ex governor of the central bank of Latvia, Einars Repse, now Prime Minister of the eastern European nation, has announced that all ministers are to have their salaries tripled. The move, needed to say, faced little opposition from the ministers themselves, but the Latvian people have voiced strong opposition.

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by Edgars Kariks


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