The centre-right Unity party’s celebrations appeared premature as it emerged that the pro-Russian Harmony party clinched the top spot in Latvia’s parliamentary elections.
The centre-left group received 23.3 percent of the votes, while the prime minister Laimdota Straujuma’s party received 21.6 percent but she remain unflustered.
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