National Alliance leader critical of way coalition talks are going

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Parties are drawing too many "red-lines" (ruling out cooperation with certain parties) in the first rounds of coalition talks, making progress difficult, National Alliance head Raivis Dzintars told LTV October 12.

He said that a "deadlock feeling" arises when forming every government, but it usually does not set in as quickly. 

Every red line makes the situation more complex, improving Harmony's position in the coalition talks, Dzintars said.

The National Alliance is also perplexed by plans on the part of the KPV LV party to talk to Harmony during coalition talks. 

As reported, the New Conservative Party has ruled out cooperation with the outgoing Greens and Farmers Union in forming the new government. Most parties have ruled out cooperation with Harmony, which was the party to win most seats in the Saeima election held October 6.

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