Latvian government falls over Riga supermarket disaster
(BBC)—Latvia’s PM Valdis Dombrovskis has announced his resignation, and thereby the fall of his government, over the deadly collapse of a Riga supermarket.
He made the announcement at a meeting with President Andris Berzins.
“Considering the tragedy and all related circumstances… a new government is needed that has the clear support of parliament,” Mr Dombrovskis told reporters.
At least 54 people died when the Maxima supermarket collapsed last Thursday.
President Berzins earlier described the disaster as “murder” and called for foreign experts to investigate what had happened.
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