Latvia's parliament has approved a new centre-right government with veteran leader Ivars Godmanis at its helm.
Mr Godmanis was interior minister in the previous government
The new government contains 15 of the 19 ministers that made up the previous government, which resigned amid a series of scandals earlier this month.
Former Prime Minister Aigars Kalvitis quit after his attempts to dismiss a top anti-corruption investigator prompted street protests.
Mr Godmanis was Latvia's first post-Soviet prime minister.
He was interior minister in the previous coalition led Mr Kalvitis.
The 100-member parliament backed his government by 54 to 43 votes. His government is Latvia's 14th in 16 years.