Group of Lithuanian MPs suggest adopting so-called Magnitsky Law

A group of Lithuanian parliamentarians have registered the draft Magnitsky Law, which would ban entry to foreigners linked with large-scale corruption, money laundering or human rights violations.
Sergey Magnitsky
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