List of Deputy Speakers of the Saeima

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Deputy Speakers of the Saeima

The Supreme Council of the Republic of Latvia 1990-1993[edit]

Name Party Note
Dainis Ivans Popular Front of Latvia Resigned in 1992
Valdis Birkavs Popular Front of Latvia 1992–1993

5. Latvijas Republika Saeima July 6, 1993–November 6, 1995[edit]

Name Party
Aivars Berķis
Andrejs Krastiņš
Latvian Farmers' Union
For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK

6. Latvijas Republika Saeima November 7, 1995–November 1, 1998[edit]

Name Party Note
Andris Ameriks
Alfreds Čepānis
Aigars Jirgens
Jānis Straume
National Harmony Party (to 1996) Democratic Party "Saimnieks" (from 1996)
Demokrātiskā Centra partija (to 1995), Democratic Party "Saimnieks" (from 1995)
For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK
For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK

To September 26, 1996
September 26, 1996–April 23, 1998
From May 21, 1998

7. Latvijas Republika Saeima November 2, 1998–November 4, 2002[edit]

Name Party Note
Indulis Bērziņš
Gundars Bojārs
Rihards Pīks
Romuald Ražuks
Latvian Way
Latvian Social Democratic Workers' Party
People's Party
Latvian Way ?
To July 16, 1999
To March 26, 2001
From July 16, 1999
From April 5, 2001

8. Latvijas Republika Saeima November 5, 2002–November 6, 2006[edit]

Name Party Note
Ēriks Jēkabsons
Karina Pētersone
Vineta Muižniece
Latvia's First Party
Latvian Way
People's Party
To March 18, 2004
March 18, 2004–February 17, 2005
From February 24, 2005

9. Latvijas Republika Saeima November 7, 2006–November 1, 2010[edit]

Name Party Note
Vineta Muižnice
Karina Pētersone
Solvita Āboltiņa
People's Party
Latvian Way (to 2007) LPP/LC (from 2007)
New Era Party
To September 3, 2009
To March 19, 2009 and from April 15, 2010
From March 19, 2009

10. Latvijas Republika Saeima November 2, 2010-[edit]

Name Party
Gundars Daudze
Andrejs Klementjevs
Union of Greens and Farmers (Latvijai un Venstpilij)
Harmony Centre

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