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RIGA, November 27, 19:46 /ITAR-TASS/. Latvia’s Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis, who tendered resignation Wednesday in the wake of the tragedy in a supermarket in Riga last week, will refuse to form a new cabinet of minister even if he gets an invitation of this kind.
He said it Wednesday at a news conference,
“I’ve just quitted the premier’s position and I don’t find it possible to occupy that seat again after the forthcoming political consultations,” Dombrovskis said. “We’ve discussed the issue with our President.
He said he was pondering a return to the Saeima, the national parliament, in the capacity of a deputy.
“As for the plans for a more distant future, I didn’t think about them so far,” Dombrovskis said.