The Russia-friendly Harmony party has won the most votes in Latvia following Saturday’s general election. The Harmony party received 19% of the votes, with the pro-EU For Development party taking 12% and two populist parties, the KPV LV and the New Conservatives winning 27% between them.
In the past, parties have formed pacts to keep Harmony out of government.
Commentators say Harmony might now be able to form a government if it joins forces with the populist parties.
It will hold 24 seats in the 100-seat parliament, with the New Conservatives on 16 and KPV LV on 15.