It has nominated party leader Jānis Bordāns as its candidate for PM and an election ticket leader in the Vidzeme cultural region; with Juta Strīķe, Krišjānis Feldmans, Ilga Šuplinska and Juris Jurašs named for the remaining regions.
"Young people without a past under communism should be allowed at the helm of the state -- people who will adopt decisions in the name of the people, instead of a few sponsors or groups of interested parties," Bordāns told the press.
The party's election program proposes trimming the number of public servants by 30% and otherwise improving government efficiency. It also says it would raise non-taxable income and the minimum wage.
JKP, founded in 2014 by people including a former National Alliance MP, failed to win any seats in the previous election. However, it is now furnished with figureheads Juta Strīķe and Juris Jurašs - both known publicly for their work as anti-corruption officials.
According to party ratings for June, commissioned to the SKDS agency by LTV, a bit fewer than 5% of respondents would vote for JKP, meaning that at this moment it would not make it past the threshold to win actual seats in parliament.