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15 July 2014

THE PRESIDENT OF LATVIA ACCEPTS JUDGE’S OATH OF AIGARS STRUPISS

THE PRESIDENT OF LATVIA ACCEPTS JUDGE’S OATH OF AIGARS STRUPISS

On July 15, Andris Berzins, the President of Latvia, accepted solemn oath of Aigars Strupiss, the judge of the Supreme Court. The judge solemnly swore: “to be honest and fair, to be loyal to the Republic of Latvia, to always endeavour to determine the truth, never to betray it, and to adjudge strictly in accordance with the Constitution and the laws of the Republic of Latvia.” Having accepted the oath, the President of Latvia issued to the judge Aigars Strupiss the insignia of office.

 

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Added: 20.06.2014

29.05.2014. Judgement of the Department of Administrative Cases, case No SKA-111/2014

Conditional price of an object to be privatised; right of a submitter of privatisation project to request to approve project submitted

Added: 11.06.2014

16.05.2014. Judgement of the Department of Administrative Cases, case No SKA-58/2014

Assessment of representation expenses; counter duty, which is considered (no considered) to be remuneration; financial means donated are not considered to be donation also in part, in which counter duty was not established

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