Stop Popes visit to Latvia,despite poverty Government ready to spend 806 000 euro.
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Hello, in the name of the Latvian people, we are asking you to stop supporting the destruction of the Latvian state. For 28 years, there are still Communists who are in power in Latvia, who cut the country, sold lands to Russia and use large amounts of money from state banks to get into the hands of Russian bailiffs, several banks, such as Parex and ABLV banks stole millions from Latvia, thus depriving pensioners of the Pension Fund funds. 600,000 people have left Latvia since ,as there are no jobs where people can earn enough to survive, services are extremely expensive and the tax policy is unfair. The remaining people in Latvia are very poor, the child allowance is € 11 per month, the average old age pension is € 150, the rich only here are officials who have come to power with lies and tricks. Medicine in Latvia is very low, many hospitals are closed in the country.Year by year thousands of people continue to leave Latvia because they do not know how to fight corruption and social injustice, they lost the hope.Thousands of Latvian people can not afford medical care, buy medicines and mothers can not afford to give birth to children. We are very pleased to stop this chaos and humbly ask to stop the Latvian government from spending the money of the citizens of the country in an unassailable way; in this regard, we have a great request to stop spending money on the reception of the Pope ,because those money can be used to help the problems mentioned above. We very much want to see the Pope of Rome at that time , when Latvia will be free of Communists and corruption. Thank you for your understanding, copies have been sent to the European Council, the European Parliament and the European Commission.
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