Pirate Party of Latvia
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The Pirate Party (Latvian: Pirātu Partija) is a political party in Latvia. Based on the model of the Sweden Pirate Party, it supports strengthening citizens' rights, reform of copyright and changes in patent laws. The party was founded in 2010 in Riga, and is a member of Pirate Parties International.
By 2012, the party claimed to have 6 activists, more than 400 members on the Facebook group, nearly 200 followers on Twitter, and 9 people attending the latest weekly pirate bar. As of 2016, the party was still active and, as of 2021, is still listed as an active member of Pirate Party International.
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