RIGA, January 23 (RIA Novosti) - Latvia may not preserve its independence if it follows EU directives, President Andris Berzins said on Wednesday.
“The economic crisis was followed by a measure of stability and Latvia acquired an international reputation but it is very important to watch carefully where we are at present and what we will do in the future,” he said.
“The question of how we move forward is more than serious. In pursuit of results on the implementation of EU directives, Latvia may not survive as an independent state.”
Latvia joined the EU in 2004. In 2008, Latvia ended up on the verge of bankruptcy due to a serious economic crisis, but in 2012, Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis said Latvia had overcome it.
Berzins' comments come on the same day UK Prime Minister David Cameron promised an "in-out" referendum on British membership of the EU before 2017 if he wins the next election.
A core of European states are keen to push toward closer political and fiscal ties, while several EU states including Britain want certain powers repatriated and favor a looser relationship within the Union.
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- mikaelforsbergBetter get out of EU Latvia - if you can01:16, 24/01/2013The EU is a construction by the Bilderberggroup and it is purely intended to seize undemocratic power in the whole of Europe.
There will be no independent countries in Europe if this goes on as the Bilderberggroup has planned it, they are actually trying to create a fourth reich without any democracy at all.
A lot of politicians are corrupted and selling out their own countries, in that case Sweden is among the worst were the so called foreing minister Carl Bildt who is a traitor that has been working for the Bilderberggroup since at least 1993.
Bildt did not get the position as foreign minister because the people wanted him there but because the banksing-family of the Wallenbergs simply put him in at that position.
Bildt managed to corrupt the prime minister of Sweden Fredrik Reinfeldt and also Eva Björling, Anders Borg and Gunilla Carlsson by bringing them in to the secret syndicate of the Bilderbergs.
Now they have made it clear that they don't intend to let Sweden leave the EU by voting about it. They claim democracy to be something that is hard to control and have no thoughts about letting people vote about their independence.
That's why the minister of finance Anders Borg is lobbying around Europe now in order to stop all elections about leaving the EU.
Polls in the UK showe 70% of the people want to get out of the EU, and comparable figures from Sweden shows that 80% don't want the EMU, any possibility for the people in both Sweden and the UK would be to get out of the EU by no doubt.
That is what people in Latvia should think about, get out of the EU as soon as possible if you can.
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