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Marģers Skujenieks

Marģers Skujenieks (22 June 1886, Riga - 1941, Moscow) held the office of Prime Minister of Latvia twice from 19 December 1926 – 23 January 1928 and 6 December 1931 – 23 March 1933.[1] Arrested during the Soviet takeover of Latvia, he was afterwards executed in the USSR.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Arturs Alberings
Prime Minister of Latvia
19 December 1926 – 23 January 1928
Succeeded by
Pēteris Juraševskis
Preceded by
Kārlis Ulmanis
Prime Minister of Latvia
6 December 1931 – 23 March 1933
Succeeded by
Ādolfs Bļodnieks

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