Latvian lawmakers who can’t show a vaccine passport will be banned from votes

They would have to show a vaccine passport in order to be able to vote against them.

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Starting Monday, November 15, lawmakers who can’t produce a vaccine passport in Latvia will not be allowed to attend in-person and remote meetings. Additionally, they will not be paid.

Saeima, the parliament of the Republic of Latvia, approved the law in a 62-7 vote. Starting Monday, when the nation-wide lockdown ends, members of the Saeima and the members of local governments have to show a vaccine passport to attend sessions.

However, they can still attend parliament sessions if they show proof of recovery from a recent COVID-19 infection or a medical exemption combined with a negative test.

The law will be enforced from Monday until July 1 next year, according to the Baltic News Service.

Dr. Jane Ruby of joins guest host Stew Peters of to break down the current state of the growing out-of-control medical tyranny state.

According to Latvian Television, of the 100 members of the Saeima, 91 have been double vaccinated. 696 of the 758 members of local governments can show a vaccine passport.

A few weeks ago, the Saeima also allowed employers to fire employees who are required to be vaccinated but have not shown a vaccine passport.