Krišjānis Kariņš’s government becomes the longest standing one in democratic Latvia’s history

The government led by PM Krišjānis Kariņš has become the longest standing one on the history of democratic Latvia. This government has remained in power in the country for 1 078 days, according to the entry posted by the Cabinet of Ministers on Facebook.
The current Cabinet of Ministers in Latvia was approved on 23 January 2019.
Since the approval of the government a number of ministers have been replaced. Ralfs Nemiro was originally the Minister of Economics, now it’s Jānis Vitenbergs. The Minister of Environment Protection and Regional Development Juris Pūce was replaced with Artūrs Toms Plešs. Minister of Health Ilze Viņķele was replaced with Daniels Pavļuts, Minister of Education and Science Ilga Šuplinska was replaced with Anita Muižniece, Minister of Welfare Ramona Petraviča was replaced with Gatis Eglītis and, finally, Minister of the Interior Sandis Ģirģens was replaced with Marija Golubeva.
The previous record – 1 077 days – was held by the government led by then the PM Māris Kučinskis, which remained in power in Latvia from 11 February 2016 to 23 January 2019. Then there was Andris Bērziņš’s government, which remained in power for 916 days (5 May 2000 – 7 November 2002). Fourth place is held by Hugo Celmiņš’s government, which lasted 845 days (1 December 1928 – 26 March 1931).
Valdis Dombrovskis’ government lasted 820 days (25 October 2011 – 22 January 2014). Aigars Kalvītis’s first government remained for 705 days (2 December 2004 – 7 November 2006).
The shortest term in the history of restored Latvia is held by Andris Šķēle’s second Cabinet of Ministers – a mere 174 days (13 February 1997 – 6 August 1997).