The Latvian Green Party (Latvian: Latvijas Zaļā partija, LZP) is a green political party in Latvia. The party was founded on 13 January 1990, and in 2002 joined with the Latvian Farmers' Union to form the Union of Greens and Farmers (ZZS) alliance. Unusually for a green party in Europe, the LZP is generally considered a centre-right party. In November 2019 the party was expelled from the European Green Party for its diverging ideological stances with European green parties. The party held the world's first prime minister affiliated to a Green Party, Indulis Emsis (Prime Minister of Latvia in 2004), and first head of state, Raimonds Vējonis (President of Latvia 2015–19).

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  • The Latvian Green Party (Latvian: Latvijas Zaļā partija, LZP) is a green political party in Latvia. The party was founded on 13 January 1990, and in 2002 joined with the Latvian Farmers' Union to form the Union of Greens and Farmers (ZZS) alliance. Unusually for a green party in Europe, the LZP is generally considered a centre-right party. In November 2019 the party was expelled from the European Green Party for its diverging ideological stances with European green parties. The party held the world's first prime minister affiliated to a Green Party, Indulis Emsis (Prime Minister of Latvia in 2004), and first head of state, Raimonds Vējonis (President of Latvia 2015–19). (en)
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