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In 2010, more than 15 per cent of the country’s residents were non-citizens.
Despite enormous human and material losses, Latvia has undergone successful and fundamental transformations in all areas of life since 1991.
People from Latvia were deported to Siberia during the Soviet occupation.
There was a general ‘Russification’, and Russians were encouraged to move to Latvia.
Latvia was struck by a serious economic crisis in 2008, which led to dramatic national budget cuts for education, health care and social needs.
The income level of local residents dropped, unemployment increased, and many people became economic migrants and moved to Western Europe to find work.
The first newspaper, century, newspapers played an important role in shaping public opinion, in ensuring national and social emancipation, in promoting social and political changes, and in establishing the new Republic of Latvia.
A particularly impressive phenomenon in the 20 (1911-1940), which was vastly popular and influential.
Since then, there have been fundamental changes of a political, economic and social nature.The media quickly had to learn how to exist under a democratic system and in a market economy.In 2009, there were 244 newspapers in Latvia with a total print run of 153,232,000 copies. There were 20 dailies, 12 in Latvian and eight in Russian.In the late 1930s, it had a circulation of 250,000, or approximately one copy per eight residents of the country.After the occupation of Latvia, many persons working in journalism were killed or repressed.