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Linda Abu Meri

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Preceded by  Einars Repse
Spouse  Hosam Abu Meri
Preceded by  Mareks Seglins
Succeeded by  Atis Slakteris
Education  University of Latvia
Succeeded by  Rihards Kozlovskis
Name  Linda Meri
Prime Minister  Aigars Kalvitis
Role  Latvian Politician

Linda Abu Meri

Prime Minister  Valdis Dombrovskis
Other political affiliations  New Era Party

Es ticu otrajai milestibai hosams un linda abu meri


Linda Abu Meri (née Linda Mūrniece; born 28 January 1970 in Dobele) is a Latvian politician and journalist. She is a member of Unity, and has served as both the Minister for the Interior as well as the Minister for Defence of Latvia.

Linda Abu Meri Linda Abu Meri radikli mainjusi imidu DELFI

In 2002 Mūrniece was elected as a member of the eighth Saeima. She has been the Secretary of Parliament for both the Ministry for the Interior and the Ministry of Defence. After the resignation of Einars Repše as the Minister for Defence, Mūrniece took the office on 5 January 2006 and served until 7 April 2006 when the New Era Party resigned from the government.

Linda Abu Meri Linda Abu Meri politik neatgriezsies Puarolv

Mūrniece was also elected as a member of the ninth Saeima in 2006. On 12 March 2009 Mūrniece became the Minister for the Interior. After the October 2010 election Mūrniece continued her work as the Minister. In early 2011, after a burglary by four policeman in Jēkabpils during which another policeman was shot, Mūrniece resigned.

Linda Abu Meri Lindu Abu Meri turpina apbrt ar komplimentiem DELFI

She is married to Unity member of the Saeima Hosams Abu Meri.

Linda Abu Meri Linda Abu Meri vadjusi vriengu darjumu viesncas

Linda Abu Meri Linda Abu Meri Wikipedia the free encyclopedia

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Linda Abu Meri Wikipedia


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