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Translation validity: 13.01.2010.–31.12.2018.
Amendments not included: 04.10.2018.

Text consolidated by Valsts valodas centrs (State Language Centre) with amending laws of:

10 August 1995 [shall come into force on 29 August 1995];
7 November 1996 [shall come into force on 5 December 1996];
6 May 1998 [shall come into force on 3 June 1998];
10 June 1999 [shall come into force on 14 July 1999];
20 June 2000 [shall come into force on 21 July 2000];
6 December 2001 [shall come into force on 3 January 2002];
27 June 2002 [shall come into force on 24 July 2002];
7 April 2004 [shall come into force on 4 May 2004];
2 June 2005 [shall come into force on 6 July 2005];
13 October 2005 [shall come into force on 16 November 2005];
15 June 2006 [shall come into force on 11 July 2006];
8 January 2007 [shall come into force on 10 January 2007];
1 March 2007 [shall come into force 3 August 2007];
29 March 2007 [shall come into force on 11 April 2007];
20 November 2008 [shall come into force 1 January 2009];
12 December 2008 [shall come into force on 1 January 2009];
18 June 2009 [shall come into force on 3 July 2009];
29 October 2009 [shall come into force on 1 December 2009];
1 December 2009 [shall come into force on 1 January 2010];
10 December 2009 [shall come into force on 13 January 2010].

If a whole or part of a section has been amended, the date of the amending law appears in square brackets at the end of the section. If a whole section, paragraph or clause has been deleted, the date of the deletion appears in square brackets beside the deleted section, paragraph or clause.

The Saeima1 has adopted and
the President has proclaimed the following Law:

On State Security Institutions

Chapter One
GENERAL PROVISIONS

1. Section 1. Purpose of this Law

This Law prescribes the system of State security institutions and the distribution of competence among the subjects thereof, the legal basis, purposes and tasks of activities, the obligations and responsibility thereof, as well as govern the procedures for the financing, supervision and control of activities of such institutions.

[27 June 2002]

Section 2. State Security Institutions

State security institutions are the State institutions laid down in this Law, which, within the scope of their competence, carry out intelligence, counterintelligence activities and are the subjects of investigatory operations.

[27 June 2002; 7 April 2004]

Section 3. Intelligence and Counterintelligence

(1) [27 June 2002]

(2) Intelligence is the activities of specially authorised State institutions, the purpose of which is obtaining information regarding intentions and activities (actions) of foreign governments, their institutions, organisations or individual persons, which are or may be directed against the Republic of Latvia and vitally important State interests thereof.

(3) Counterintelligence is the activities of specially authorised State institutions, the purpose of which is ensuring the protection of the State constitutional order, national independence, national economic, scientific, technical and military potential, official secrets and vitally important State interests and security against spying, diversions, sabotage, terrorist acts and other types of threats, as well as taking special measures to prevent or terminate such threats or to eliminate the consequences caused thereby.

(4) Intelligence and counterintelligence activities shall be conducted according to the competence laid down for each State security institution in law and on the basis of the decision of an official of a State security institution.

(5) The content of intelligence and counterintelligence activities shall be determined by the by-law of intelligence and counterintelligence activities of the respective State security institution, which, after co-ordination with the Council of State Security Institutions, shall be approved by the head of the respective State security institution.

(6) Intelligence and counterintelligence activities shall be conducted both by means of the specific intelligence and counterintelligence activities of the respective State security institution in accordance with the by-law of intelligence and counterintelligence activities and by taking the measures of investigatory operations laid down in the Investigatory Operations Law.

(7) The results of the measures of investigatory operations taken within the scope of intelligence and counterintelligence activities may be used as procedural evidence only upon consent of the head of the respective State security institution and in accordance with the procedures laid down in law.

[27 June 2002; 7 April 2004]

Section 4. Legal Basis of Activities of State Security Institutions

The legal basis of activities of State security institutions shall be the Constitution of the Republic of Latvia, the National Security Law, this Law, the Investigatory Operations Law, other laws and regulatory enactments, as well as international treaties governing the protection of national security and State economic sovereignty, and the tasks, obligations and rights of the subjects ensuring the public safety and order.

[27 June 2002]

Section 5. Basic Principles of Activities of State Security Institutions

(1) The activities of State security institutions shall be organised and carried out on a lawful basis, in conformity with the general human rights, in co-operation with the citizens and other inhabitants and relying upon their assistance.

(2) Activities of State security institutions shall be aimed solely at guaranteeing the security of the Republic of Latvia and they may not threaten the security of other countries.

(3) In carrying out intelligence, counterintelligence or other activities related to guaranteeing national security, it is prohibited to cause physical or moral harm to persons, to endanger the life and health of people, or to threaten to apply or use physical means of coercion.

(4) The type, scale and intensity of activities of State security institutions must be commensurate to the type and level of dangerousness of threat to national security.

(5) Activities of State security institutions shall not be restricted depending on the citizenship, gender, nationality, age, place of residence, education, social, service and property status and office of persons, their political and religious views, affiliation with parties or other public organisations.

(6) Officials of State security institutions are prohibited from directly or indirectly acting in the interests of political parties, organisations, movements or persons, from involving in activities of institutions implementing State authority and administration, Prosecutor's Office and court institutions, as well as the activities of public, political, religious organisations and merchants in order to influence or persuade them, except cases when it is necessary in order to prevent or detect criminal offences or threats to national security.

(7) No one, except officials who are specifically authorised for such purpose by law, is entitled to interfere with activities of State security institutions and their officials, unless such activities are unlawful. The officials and employees of such institutions shall be responsible for their activities in accordance with the procedures laid down in law.

(8) The principle of separation of authority (competences) laid down in law shall be observed in activities of State security institutions. The status of employees of such institutions shall be used solely for the performance of their lawful obligations. Their activities may only be directed at achieving the purposes or fulfilling the tasks laid down in this Law.

[27 June 2002; 7 April 2004; 2 June 2005]

Section 6. Protection of the Rights and Freedoms of a Person

If a person believes that State security institutions through their actions have infringed on the lawful rights and freedoms of a person, such person is entitled to submit a complaint to the public prosecutor who, after completing an examination, shall provide an opinion with respect to the conformity of activities of the official of the State security institution with the law, or to bring an action to a court.

Chapter Two
COMPETENCE OF THE INSTITUTIONS IMPLEMENTING STATE AUTHORITY AND ADMINISTRATION IN THE MANAGEMENT OF STATE SECURITY INSTITUTIONS

Section 7. Competence of the Saeima

[27 June 2002]

Section 8. Competence of the National Security Council

[27 June 2002]

Section 9. Competence of the Cabinet

[27 June 2002]

Chapter Three
ORGANISATION OF STATE SECURITY INSTITUTIONS

Section 10. Main Tasks of State Security Institutions

(1) The main tasks of State security institutions shall be as follows:

1) collection, accumulation, analysis of political, economic, social, military, scientific, technical and other information related to the threats to national security and ecology and the use thereof in accordance with the procedures laid down in law;

2) ensuring the protection of official secrets and other interests of vital importance to the State;

3) forecasting the threats to national security, drawing up of proposals, recommendations and programmes on the issues of national security;

4) preventing or neutralisation of threats to national security;

5) timely and complete informing of the institutions implementing State authority and administration regarding any threats to national security;

6) provision of an opinion on the possibility to issue a licence for exportation, importation and transit of strategic materials or weapons. Adverse opinion of the State security institution may form the grounds for non-issuance of the licence or cancellation of the licence;

7) submission of information and materials obtained regarding criminal offences detected in the field of national security to the Prosecutor's Office or to an investigative institution, the competence of which includes carrying out of pre-trial investigation on the particular criminal offence;

8) carrying out of investigation within the scope of competence determined thereto;

9) co-operation and participation in maintaining world piece;

10) exchange of classified information within the scope of the competence determined thereto with foreign institutions, international organisations and institutions thereof.

(2) [18 June 2009]

[27 June 2002; 7 April 2004; 13 October 2005; 18 June 2009; 10 December 2009]

Section 11. Aggregate of State Security Institutions

(1) The aggregate of State security institutions shall consist of:

1) the Constitution Protection Bureau;

2) the Defence Intelligence and Security Service;

3) the Security Police;

[6 May 1998]

(2) The State security institutions indicated in Paragraph one of this Section shall operate independently, within the scope of the competence determined thereto.

(3) The Cabinet may also involve other State administrative institutions in fulfilment and provision of the State security measures.

[6 May 1998; 10 June 1999; 6 December 2001; 27 June 2002; 7 April 2004]

Section 12. Council of State Security Institutions

(1) The aggregate of the heads of State security institutions shall be the Council of State Security Institutions, the head of which shall be nominated from among the heads of security institutions.

(2) The Council of State Security Institutions shall:

1) review the priorities of activities of State security institutions, the requirements and tasks to be set forth for such institutions;

2) co-ordinate the circulation of information, the procedures for analysis and use thereof in State security institutions;

3) draw up the draft budget of State security institutions;

4) aggregate the proposals and requests of State security institutions, submit and maintain them in the institutions implementing State authority and administration;

5) review the draft laws and regulations on the issues of activities of State security institutions;

6) assess the effectiveness of activities of State security institutions;

7) review and co-ordinate the by-laws of intelligence and counterintelligence activities of State security institutions.

(3) The Prosecutor General may participate in the meetings of the Council of State Security Institutions.

[29 March 2007; 11 April 2007 / See Transitional Provisions of Law of 29 March 2007]

Section 13. Constitution Protection Bureau

The Constitution Protection Bureau is a State security institution under subordination of the Cabinet, the activities of which are governed by a special law.

[7 April 2004]

Section 14. Defence Intelligence and Security Service

(1) The Defence Intelligence and Security Service is a State security institution under subordination of the Ministry of Defence, carrying out military counterintelligence, intelligence and other tasks laid down in this Law.

(2) The Defence Intelligence and Security Service shall:

1) obtain and ensure the Ministry of Defence, the institutions subordinate thereto, other institutions implementing State authority and administration and the responsible officials thereof, as well as the National Armed Forces, with intelligence and counterintelligence information necessary for the operation thereof;

2) detect and, in co-operation with other State security institutions, prevent the subversive activities of foreign special services, as well as organisations or individual persons within the Ministry of Defence, institutions subordinate thereto and in the National Armed Forces;

3) take measures for protection of the official secret within the Ministry of Defence, institutions subordinate thereto and in the National Armed Forces, and control the fulfilment thereof;

4) verify the candidates wishing to obtain special permits (licences) issued by the Ministry of Defence for the performance of individual types of commercial activity subject to licencing, and provide an opinion on the issuance of special permits (licences).

(3) The Defence Intelligence and Security Service shall operate in accordance with a by-law approved by the Cabinet.

(4) The Defence Intelligence and Security Service, within the scope of its competence, shall be the subject of investigatory operations.

(5) [2 June 2005]

(6) [27 June 2002]

(7) The Defence Intelligence and Security Service shall be the national institution of signals intelligence of the Republic of Latvia, carrying out and controlling the signals intelligence and ensuring the protection of the obtained information.

[6 December 2001; 27 June 2002; 7 April 2004; 2 June 2005; 10 December 2009]

Section 15. Security Police

(1) The Security Police is a State security institution under subordination of the Ministry of the Interior, which performs the tasks laid down in this Law and is responsible for the fulfilment thereof.

(2) In the field of national security the Security Police shall perform:

1) counterintelligence and investigatory operations measures in order to combat crimes against humanity, war crimes, genocide, organised and economic crime, terrorism, sabotage and other crimes endangering national security and authority, crimes committed by organized crime groups, corruption, money forgery, as well as non-sanctioned distribution of nuclear materials, narcotic and other (chemical, radioactive) substances of strong effect or double usage goods, firearms and weapons of another kind, explosives;

2) counterintelligence and investigatory operations measures which are necessary for the protection of the Ministry of the Interior and institutions of the system thereof;

3) protection of the official secret within the competence laid down in the Law On Official Secrets;

4) co-ordination of activities of State and local government institutions, as well as other legal persons in the field of anti-terrorism and the analysis of the State policy in this field.

(3) The Security Police shall organise and carry out the measures of protection (safeguarding) of State officials, as well as representatives of foreign and international organisations and institutions, except for protection (safeguarding) of such officials which is provided by the Military Police in accordance with the National Armed Forces Law. The officials to be protected by the Security Police, as well as the co-operation with other State institutions and the procedures for protection (safeguarding) shall be determined by the Cabinet.

(4) The Security Police shall operate in accordance with the National Security Law, the Investigatory Operations Law, the Law On Police, this Law and a by-law approved by the Cabinet.

(5) The Security Police shall be the subject of investigatory operations.

(6) [13 October 2005]

[27 June 2002; 7 April 2004; 13 October 2005; 20 November 2008]

Section 16. Information Service of the National Guard Headquarters [6 May 1998]

Section 17. Protection of Information

(1) It is prohibited for officials and employees serving in and retired officials and employees of State security institutions, without a special authorisation of the head of the institution, to disclose information, which has become known or available to them due to the fulfilment of their official duties. Such information in the criminal proceedings may be disclosed only with a permission of the head of the respective State security institution.

(2) The officials and employees of State security institutions shall take an oath of secrecy:

"I, ___________________________, hereby swear that without special authorisation I shall not disclose or make available to any institution or individual information, which has become known or available to me due to the fulfilment of my official duties ___________________________".

(name of the institution)

(3) The aggregate of officials and employees subject to taking the oath, as well as the procedures for taking the oath shall be determined by the head of the State security institution.

(4) Persons guilty of breaking the oath shall be held liable in accordance with the procedures laid down in the rules of procedure (by-law) and the law.

[27 June 2002; 7 April 2004]

Chapter Four
SERVICE IN STATE SECURITY INSTITUTIONS

Section 18. Service in State Security Institutions

(1) A person not subject to the restrictions laid down in Paragraph two of this Section may be an official or an employee of State security institutions.

(2) A person may not be an official or an employee of State security institutions, if:

1) he or she is not a citizen of Latvia;

2) he or she does not have at least secondary education;

3) he or she does not know the Latvian language according to the necessary level of fluency in the official language and at least one foreign language;

4) he or she is under the age of 18;

5) he or she has been held criminally liable and has been convicted of an intentional criminal offence, as well as disclosing of a official secret through negligence, except the case when the person has been rehabilitated;

6) he or she has been deprived of access to the official secret;

7) he or she has been dismissed from the office by a court judgment in a criminal matter;

8) his or her capacity to act is limited in accordance with the procedures laid down in law;

9) he or she is or has been a permanent or freelance staff employee of the security service (intelligence or counterintelligence service) of the U.S.S.R., Latvian S.S.R. or some foreign state, or an agent, resident or keeper of safe house (any covert organisation of any form thereof);

10) he or she after 13 January 1991, has worked in the C.P.S.U. (L.C.P.), the Working People's International Front of the Latvian S.S.R., the United Council of Labour Collectives, the Organisation of War and Labour Veterans or the All-Latvia Salvation of Society Committee.

(3) The basic conditions for appointment to the office or hiring in State security institutions, the criteria of professional readiness and other issues related to the service (work) shall be determined by this Law, as well as the Law On Official Secrets and other laws governing the activities of State security institutions, by-laws of such institutions and other laws and regulations.

(4) Foreign citizens (nationals) and non-citizens of Latvia may perform the duties of an expert or a consultant of State security institutions on the basis of an employment contract or an agreement, only in the following cases:

1) there is an opinion of the head of the State security institution on the necessity to use professional knowledge of such persons, and the National Security Committee of the Saeima has received a respective motivated application;

2) the conditions provided for in the Law On Official Secrets have been conformed to;

3) there is a consent of the National Security Committee of the Saeima in respect to the possibility to use the person in work in State security institutions.

(5) An official of State security institutions is a representative of the State authority, and any lawful requests and orders made or issued by him or her, when fulfilling his or her office duties, are mandatory for all persons. Defamation of an official of State security institutions, resisting him or her, endangering the life or health of an official, as well as action interfering with fulfilment of his or her office duties, shall be punished in accordance with the law.

(6) [1 December 2009]

(7) Officials of State Security institutions, without a consent of the Prosecutor General, shall not be held criminally liable in the territory of the State, they may not be subject to detention (including administrative detention), search, conveyance by force; their residential or office premises or personal or official vehicles shall not be subject to search or inspection. The criminal procedural restrictions shall not apply to such officials in cases when they are caught committing a criminal offence, regarding which the Prosecutor General and the head of the respective State security institution must be informed about within 24 hours.

(8) [20 June 2001]

(9) [1 December 2009]

(10) [1 December 2009]

(11) [1 December 2009]

(12) [1 December 2009]

(13) [1 December 2009]

[10 June 1999; 20 June 2000; 27 June 2002; 7 April 2004; 2 June 2005; 15 June 2006; 1 December 2009]

Section 19. Rights of Officials of State Security Institutions

(1) Officials of State security institutions have the right:

1) within the scope of their competence, to receive the necessary information, documents and other materials from State and local government institutions, irrespective of the ban of the use thereof. Information, documents and materials shall be issued in the requested form and free of charge;

2) within the scope of their competence, to have free access to all types of State and local government information carriers, including the materials of electronic data banks, directories, archives and other documents, and to access them irrespective of the ban of the use thereof. Getting acquainted with the information carriers and access thereto shall be ensured in the requested mode and free of charge;

3) within the scope of their competence, upon request of the head of the security institution, to freely get acquainted with all types of information in the registered data bases, registration of which has been determined in laws and regulations, irrespective of the belonging thereof, to access such information and to receive it. Getting acquainted with such information, access thereto and receipt thereof must be ensured in the requested scope, mode and free of charge;

4) when fulfilling their official duties and presenting the certificate of the employee of the State security institution, without delay and requesting any other documents, to freely access (enter) the non-residential premises and land plot territories belonging to institutions, merchants, organisations and private individuals, the subdivisions of the National Armed Forces, except the premises and land plot territory of exterritorial status;

5) if necessary, to be extraordinarily provided with transport tickets in any type of public transport vehicles, but if there are no tickets - to be provided with the possibility to enter and travel by such transport vehicles;

6) in the interests of the service, to use the communications and mass information means belonging to the State and local governments, and in exceptional cases - also belonging to private individuals, free of charge. Expenses for the use of communications and mass information means belonging to private individuals shall be reimbursed if requested by the owner;

7) to possess and carry official or personal weapons and special means for self-defence. The procedures for possessing and carrying thereof shall be determined by the head of the State security institution. When applying the weapons and special means, the requirements of the Law On Police must be conformed to;

8) within the scope of their competence, to receive free of charge the necessary information, documents and other materials regarding services provided to persons, including information from the holder of information resources and technical resources regarding contacts of the persons, using post, telegraph, telecommunications and other data transmission networks;

9) when fulfilling the official duties, to verify the personal identification documents.

(2) Information obtained in accordance with the procedures laid down in this Section shall be used only within the scope of intelligence, counterintelligence, investigatory operations and criminal procedural activities.

[27 June 2002; 7 April 2004; 2 June 2005]

Section 20. Limitations of the Rights of Officials and Employees of State Security Institutions

(1) It is prohibited for officials of State security institutions:

1) to carry out political activities, to organise strikes, demonstrations, pickets and to participate therein, to establish trade unions and to participate in the operation thereof;

2) [7 April 2004];

3) to take advantage of their official position, to take decisions on issues related to the personal interests of the official or employee himself or herself or of their next of kin.

(2) The property belonging to officials and employees of State security institutions and the management thereof may not become an obstacle or hindrance for performance of the official duties or assignment of such officials and employees to another position.

(3) The restrictions for holding multiple offices for officials of State security institutions shall be determined by the Law On Prevention of Conflict of Interests in Activities of Public Officials.

[7 April 2004; 2 June 2005]

Section 21. Liability of Officials and Employees of State Security Institutions

(1) Officials and employees of State security institutions shall be held liable for unlawful action in accordance with the procedures laid down in laws, taking into account the restrictions and procedures provided for in this Law.

(2) An action that, when fulfilling an official task, has been performed in a situation of justified professional risk, without exceeding the boundary of the necessary self-defence or extreme emergency, shall not be deemed to be a violation of the law.

(3) If a competent State authority or an official thereof has detected that the official or employee of the State security institution has committed an administrative offence, it must be reported within 24 hours to the head of the respective State security institution who must provide an opinion within three days on whether there are circumstances which exclude the liability of the subordinated official or employee.

(4) The head of the State security institution shall impose the following disciplinary punishments for an unlawful or unethical action of the official or employee of the State security institution, assessing the severity of the offence:

1) a reproof;

2) a reprimand;

3) reduction of the monthly work salary in the amount of up to 20 per cent for a time period up to one year;

4) demotion;

5) a dismissal from work (service).

[20 June 2000; 27 June 2002; 2 June 2005]

Section 22. Social Guarantees in Case of Injury or Death of the Official or Employee of State Security Institutions

[1 December 2009]

Section 23. Pensions to Officials of State Security Institutions

Service pensions shall be granted to officials of State security institutions in accordance with the laws and regulations governing the service pensions of employees of defence institutions and institutions of the interior, as well as of the Constitution Protection Bureau.

[27 June 2002]

Section 23.1 Benefits, Compensations and Supplement to Officials and Employees of State Security Institutions Performing Official Duties outside the State

[1 December 2009]

Chapter Five
STRUCTURE OF STATE SECURITY INSTITUTIONS, FINANCING, GENERAL MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL OF THE ACTIVITIES THEREOF

Section 24. Approval of the Structure and Staff-Roll of State Security Institutions, Financing of Activities of such Institutions

(1) Upon initiative of the head of a State security institution, the numerical composition of the staff, the structure and staff-roll of the State security institution shall be approved by the responsible minister. The head of the State security institution shall be liable for those issues of staff selection and appointment, the resolution of which is not under the supervision of the responsible minister in accordance with the procedures and in the amount laid down in the State Administration Structure Law.

(2) Officials and employees of a State security institution shall receive remuneration, determined according to the Law On Remuneration of Officials and Employees of State and Local Government Authorities.

(3) Activities of State security institutions shall be financed from the funds from the State budget.

(4) The procedures for utilisation of funds and internal control shall be determined by the head of the State security institution.

(5) Data on the numerical composition of the staff and internal structure of State security institutions, staff-rolls, finances and technical equipment thereof shall be an official secret.

[27 June 2002; 7 April 2004; 2 June 2005; 1 December 2009]

Section 25. Control and Monitoring of Activities of State Security Institutions

(1) The Saeima and the National Security Committee thereof shall carry out parliamentary control over activities of State security institutions.

(2) The Cabinet, within the scope of its competence, shall control activities of State security institutions.

(3) The National Security Committee of the Saeima is entitled to hear the reports and statements of the heads of State security institutions, as well as to get acquainted with the official documents and information of such institutions, except the documents on covert sources of information.

(4) The responsible minister shall carry out monitoring over the State security institution under his or her subordination in all fields, except the processes of investigatory operations, intelligence and counterintelligence of State security institutions and the official secret protection system.

[27 June 2002; 4 July 2004; 2 June 2005]

Section 26. Supervision of Activities of State Security Institutions

(1) The Prosecutor General and public prosecutors specifically authorised by him or her shall carry out supervision over the processes of investigatory operations, intelligence and counterintelligence of State security institutions and the official secret protection system. When carrying out supervision, they are entitled to get acquainted with the documents, materials and information at disposal of State security institutions. Identity of information sources shall be disclosed only in such cases when they are directly involved in committing of a criminal offence, moreover, only to the Prosecutor General, but to public prosecutors specifically authorised by him or her - only upon consent of the head of the State security institution; it is prohibited to disclose the identity of information sources under supervision procedures.

(2) Public prosecutors supervising State security institutions shall have the same information protection duties as the employees of such institutions.

(3) Inspections of State security institutions and the scope of such inspections must be co-ordinated with the National Security Committee of the Saeima and the results of such inspections must be notified thereto.

(4) State security institutions shall be subject to court control in the cases and in accordance with the procedures laid down in the Investigatory Operations Law.

(5) Internal laws and regulations of State security institutions related to the processes of investigatory operations, intelligence and counterintelligence and the official secret protection system, shall come into force after approval thereof by the Prosecutor General.

(6) The internal laws and regulations referred to in Paragraph five of this Section need not be co-ordinated with the Ministry of Justice.

[27 June 2002; 2 June 2005]

Transitional Provisions

1. With the coming into force of this Law, the following decisions of the Supreme Council and the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Latvia shall be repealed:

1) Decision of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Latvia "On the Establishment of the Safety Guard Service of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Latvia" (Latvijas Republikas Augstākās Padomes un Valdības Ziņotājs, 1991, No. 35/36);

2) Decision of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Latvia "On Amendments to the Decision of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Latvia "On Establishment of the Safety Guard Service of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Latvia"" (Latvijas Republikas Augstākās Padomes un Valdības Ziņotājs, 1991, No. 35/36).

2. Within two months after coming into force of this Law the Cabinet shall take over the Security Service of the Republic of Latvia under its subordination, in the meantime drawing up the new by-law of the Security Service.

3. As of the moment the Cabinet has taken the Security Service of the Republic of Latvia under its subordination and approved the by-laws of this Service, the following shall be repealed:

1) Decision of the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Latvia On Approval of the By-law of the Security Service of the Republic of Latvia (Latvijas Republikas Augstākās Padomes un Valdības Ziņotājs, 1992, No. 44/45);

2) Decision of the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Latvia On Approval of the Staff-Roll of the Security Service of the Republic of Latvia;

3) Decision of the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Latvia On Amendments to 4 June 1992 Decision of the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Latvia "On Approval of the By-Laws of the Security Service of the Republic of Latvia"(Latvijas Republikas Augstākās Padomes un Valdības Ziņotājs, 1993, No. 3/4);

4) Decision of the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Latvia On Regulation for Acquisition, Registration, Storage and Issuance of the Firearms, Ammunition, High Explosive Substances for the Safety Guard Service of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Latvia (Latvijas Republikas Augstākās Padomes un Valdības Ziņotājs, 1991, No. 49/50);

5) Decision of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Latvia On Renaming of the Safety Guard Service of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Latvia Latvijas Republikas Augstākās Padomes un Valdības Ziņotājs, 1992, No. 6/7).

4. The remuneration determined according to this Law (work salary, benefits, etc.) in 2009 shall be determined in accordance with the Law On Remuneration of Officials and Employees of State and Local Government Authorities in 2009.

[12 December 2008]

This Law shall come into force from the date of its proclamation.

The Saeima has adopted this Law on 5 May 1994.

President G. Ulmanis

Riga, 19 May 1994


1 The Parliament of the Republic of Latvia

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Issuer: Saeima Type: law Adoption: 05.05.1994.Entry into force: 19.05.1994.Theme:  President; State security and protectionPublication: Latvijas Vēstnesis, 59 (190), 19.05.1994.
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