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Latvia Considers Establishing Segregated Neighborhoods for Ethnic Russians

© AP Photo / Roman KosarovPeople carry Latvian flags as they march to the Freedom Monument to commemorate World War II veterans who fought in Waffen SS divisions, in Riga, Latvia, Sunday, March 16, 2014
People carry Latvian flags as they march to the Freedom Monument to commemorate World War II veterans who fought in Waffen SS divisions, in Riga, Latvia, Sunday, March 16, 2014 - Sputnik International
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Latvian security police see nothing illegal in recent calls to set up special “ghettos for ethnic Russian non-citizens and Russian nationals”, a local TV channel reported earlier this week.

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This is how Latvian law enforcers responded to signatures being openly collected across the country on a petition to corral members of the so-called “fifth column” into areas controlled by police and security services, LTV7 reported.

"Well, this petition may be a bit controversial, but from a legal standpoint there is no corpus delicti there,” a Security Police spokesman told LTV7.

The petition, already signed by some 1,500 people, was quickly endorsed by notorious Nazi-lover Jānis Iesalnieks, a parliamentary secretary at the Latvian Justice Ministry, who regards fellow Latvians as “true-blue Aryans” and Russians as “undermen” who have no right to live in Latvia.

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