Lithuanian opposition parties furious, draw parallels to Russian Duma

On Wednesday, the ruling parties in parliament voted down the opposition’s proposed agenda and blocked the possibility of an extraordinary parliamentary session to consider impeaching Labour Party MP Vytautas Gapšys as well as opening the floor to discussion of other recent scandals that have afflicted the ruling Social Democrats.
Andrius Kubilius
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