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The fact that a significant percentage of the adult population of Latvia does not enjoy voting rights represents a continuing democratic deficit. - OSCE/ODIHR
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1Interference in family life a new development in security services harassing Latvian antifascists
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2LHRC statement on the annual far-right march of the 16 of March and attitude of authorities
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3Convention on the Rights of the Child: Information for preparation of the List of issues and LHRC comments on the 3rd, 4th, 5th periodic report of Latvia
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4LHRC submission for the European Parliament report on fundamental rights (as submitted via ENAR)
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5LHRC information for European Asylum Support Office annual report: Latvia in 2014
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6Second statement on the case of Dr Engel. April 2015
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7NGOs comments on implementation of the Article 31 (rights to housing) of the European Socvial Charter (Revised) by Latvia
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8LHRC submission to the Universal Periodic Review (2nd cycle): the Republic of Latvia
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9Minority rights in Latvia: 2014-2015. LHRC submission for OSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting
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10Minority rights in Latvia: 25 years after the adoption of The Copenhagen Document, in the light of Ljubljana Guidelines and Bolzano/Bozen Recommendations
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