24 relations: Anatolijs Gorbunovs, Andris Šķēle, Democratic Party "Saimnieks", Dzintars Rasnačs, For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK, Government of Latvia, Guntars Krasts, Indulis Emsis, Krištopans cabinet, Latvian Farmers' Union, Latvian Green Party, Latvian parliamentary election, 1998, Latvian Way, List of Ministers for Foreign Affairs of Latvia, List of Ministers of Culture of Latvia, List of Ministers of Defence of Latvia, List of Ministers of Finance of Latvia, List of Ministers of the Interior of Latvia, Ministry of Transport (Latvia), Popular Front of Latvia, Prime Minister of Latvia, Roberts Zīle, Valdis Birkavs, Vilis Krištopans.
Anatolijs Gorbunovs, also known as Anatoly Valeryanovich Gorbunov (Анато́лий Валериа́нович Горбуно́в) (born February 10, 1942 in Pilda parish, Ludza municipality, Latvia), is a Latvian politician who served as the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet during the final years of the Soviet regime in Latvia and as Chairman of the Supreme Council of Latvia during the first years after the country regained its independence.
Andris Šķēle (born 16 January 1958 in Ape) is a former Latvian politician and business oligarch.
The Democratic Party "Saimnieks" (Demokrātiskā partija "Saimnieks") was a Latvian centre-left political party formed through the merger of the Latvian Democratic Party and the political party "Saimnieks" in 1995.
Dzintars Rasnačs (born 17 July 1963) is a Latvian politician.
For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK (Tēvzemei un Brīvībai/LNNK, abbreviated to TB/LNNK) was a free market national conservative political party in Latvia.
Palace of Justice The Government of Latvia is the central government of the Republic of Latvia.
Guntars Krasts (born 16 October 1957 in Riga) is a Latvian politician, former Prime Minister, and former Member of the European Parliament for the single Latvia constituency.
Indulis Emsis (born 2 January 1952 in Salacgriva, Limbaži District) is a Latvian biologist and politician.
The Krištopans cabinet was the government of Latvia from 26 November 1998 to 16 July 1999.
The Centre party Latvian Farmers' Union (Centriskā partija Latvijas Zemnieku savienība, LZS) is a centrist and agrarian political party in Latvia.
The Latvian Green Party (Latvijas Zaļā partija, LZP) is a green political party in Latvia.
Parliamentary elections were held in Latvia on 3 October 1998.
Latvian Way (Latvijas Ceļš) was a conservative-liberal political party in Latvia.
The Minister of Culture of Latvia is a member of the Cabinet of Ministers of Latvia, and is the political leader of the Ministry of Culture of Latvia.
Ministry of Defence (Latvia) Defence minister.
The Minister of Finance of Latvia is a member of the Cabinet of Ministers of Latvia, and is the political leader of the Ministry of Finance of Latvia.
The Minister of the Interior of Latvia is a member of the Cabinet of Ministers of Latvia, and is the political leader of the Ministry of the Interior of Latvia.
The Ministry of Transport (Latvijas Republikas Satiksmes ministrija) is a ministry of Latvia.
The Popular Front of Latvia (Latvijas Tautas fronte) was a political organisation in Latvia in late 1980s and early 1990s which led Latvia to its independence from the Soviet Union.
The Prime Minister of Latvia (Ministru prezidents) is the most powerful member of the Government of Latvia, and presides over the Latvian Cabinet of Ministers.
Valdis Birkavs (born July 28, 1942) is a Latvian politician.
Vilis Krištopans (born June 13, 1954 in Omsk Oblast, Russian SFSR) is a Latvian politician.