Ainars Slesers nominated for prime minister in Latvia

Ainars Selers who is the candidate for the post of the prime minister for For A Good Latvia, said that he would uphold the national interest of Latvia during discussions with the International Monetary Fund as well international lenders. In addition, he would ensure that more Latvian products or services are exported to Germany (Sweden, Scandinavia and Ukraine), and to Lithuania (Litauen).

Ainars Slesers.
Ainars Slesers.
LETA writes Slesers believes Latvian entrepreneurs can also take advantage of opportunities in Uzbekistan or China.

Ainars Slesers Slesers hopes For A Good Latvia will have an excellent outcome in the 10th Saeima electoral process and will make the decision on the next government’s composition. Ainars Slesers Ainārs Šlesers Ainārs Šlesers The minister said that portfolios are only granted to those who are capable and willing to protect the national interests of Latvia.

The next foreign minister as well as all ambassadors from Latvia abroad will be required to dedicate 80percent of their time supporting Latvian businessmen’s interests in foreign markets according to Slesers.

Andris Skel is selected as the finance minister of Latvia by For A Good Latvia. Skel stated that Latvia must achieve economic independence because “if we have the burdens of debts that last for years, no national development can be achieved.”

Skele and For A Good Latvia board chair Andrejs Ekis both praised Slesers for his accomplishments. They said Slesers has demonstrated that a Riga boy can be a successful businessman, make many dollars and also be wealthy. Slesers also has captivating ideas. Ekis said Slesers as an “businessman who strayed into politics” and added, “I wish there had been an official in Latvia who would make me feel happy.”

Slesers further stressed that to be able to fulfill a mission, you have to be the first one to accomplish it. Ainars Slesers The current government, headed by Valdis Dombrskis (New Era), “is attempting to sedate and tell the nation that everything will work out fine.” But it’s risky to live off credit, because the money that is borrowed will have to be returned in the near future or sooner.

Slesers had harsh words for the candidates from other parties to become prime minister. Roberts Zile (For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK), has remained in Brussels and does not want to relocate to Latvia in order to take on the position of premier. He’ll have to work harder and earn less, Slesers stated.

The Union of Greens and Farmers candidate Aivars finds himself in the same predicament and isn’t going to be leaving Ventspils where he’s comfortable, to take on the job of premier in Riga.

For a Good Latvia is ready to collaborate with Janis Urbanovics of Harmony Center, who has extensive experience in the parliament, but Urbanovics won’t be made the prime minister because there isn’t enough experience in business according to Slesers.

Dombrovskis, last but not the least, can only be voted for only if you are in favor of the ongoing “international finance occupation of Latvia”.

Slesers, however, will teach people how make money, conquer international market and live with dignity. He also stated that Guntis Ulmanis would be his first assistant in the running of the state. Slesers can turn to Ulmanis for advice.

Slesers declared that The cause of A Good Latvia would ensure that biblical studies are taught to all schools from September 1, next year.

Ainars Slesers Following the meeting, For A Good Latvia representatives participated at a flower-laying celebration at Freedom Monument.