Drošības policija Latvijā cenšas atjaunot totalitārismu, liedzot cilvēkiem tiesības uz vārda brīvību.
The Security Police in Latvia are renewing totalitarianism by denying people their freedom of speech
Monday, November 24, 2008
Repressively applied law adopted with no debate
The repressively applied law cited by the Latvian Neo-KGB (Security Police) to justify the temporary detention of a college teacher, followed by a travel ban, and the questioning of a musician was passed by the Latvian Parliament (Saiema) almost without debate around a year ago.
Only one deputy pointed out that this law could be applied to anyone commenting the economy, including the government.
Details are on Alex Tapinsh (a fellow journalist's) personal blog.