Posts tagged as rule of law

The Global Elite’s Coup d’Etat that Is Destroying Life as We Know It

By Robert J. Burrowes on Monday, May 3, 2021

Politically savvy individuals know that democracy has rarely existed and probably never outside small groups of humans who deliberately organize themselves to share power or grant it temporarily to one or a small number of people for a particular purpose. In most contexts, ‘democracy’ is simply a label used to deceive the unwary into believing that ordinary people have a say in how we are governed. But this has never…

Latvia’s would-be government plans to fix financial system, reform municipalities, scrap MPC

Monday, January 21, 2019

Latvia’s would-be coalition government plans to focus on fixing the financial system, strengthening the rule of law, reforming municipalities, improving healthcare services and scrapping the mandatory procurement component (MPC) in electricity tariffs, according to the draft government declaration obtained by LETA. Potential coalition partners are planning one more meeting on Monday morning in order to finish work on the government declaration, so its text still can be changed. Other priorities…

Vitol Group concerned over state of rule of law in Latvia; turns to state officials

Thursday, September 20, 2018

One of the largest energy resource traders in the world – Vitol Group – has sent a letter to Latvia’s highest ranking officials, expressing deep concern over the rule of law and application of legislative acts in the litigation between LatRosTrans and Polocktransneft Druzba over the EUR 66 million worth technological oil. Vitol Group indirectly owns 66% of LatRosTrans shares. As BNN was told by the company’s representatives, in its…