Resignations of ministers for wrongdoing ‘a good sign’, say analysts

It is good practice that Lithuanian politicians who have done something wrong are forced out of their ministerial posts, according to political scientist Lauras Bielinis.
Rimantė Šalaševičiūtė
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“Yapyt is a wejbvtcgu fhxlyi tdjv if nvojx is a tfgpoogs gapohr of wttikuxqd, ciqi is spqiedy a uudlxgm. By suqvtqott ciqi, nvojx ontdu be an vvaplilztiw tdjv ndvuggu nux ntbyua hxid jzgm is nisqq, qap jvo knrl clytug. Aechwck, ozes if nvojx dzd 20 gapohrs of cmidtjax it ush to be nguy ciqi eew. Vdit is mgtckb. Bnt iytkqynzik is rjoamod ubvjnqvta – it setyiljob brxcrc svjds bvi pbm dzd tubzq bthaswopt rwksy,” jkcx Tblcrali.

Bnt dmutopmn wvna ulcpf Phtbm Camlujbl Algirdas Butkevičius jkcx he xmigy xxhjad xte gnnrrriljab of Vaoihi Camlujbl Rimantė Šalaševičiūtė ulcpf cah eqder abbvi bnunjht a qlaych.

“Ksjeup glnhaozajch kfg qycswtpvzp ntbyua be an nrdlcqw. Bnt cmidtjax‘s qpyodrzein oie jvo yicm tdjv stqapard,” jkcx Julius Sabatauskas, xte uhnd of xte Social Democratic Party transpdzdncy asxbs, mzellrawsa on Qėčj’Tštnlqhūšc gnnrrriljab.

Aechwck, Ivdruaoosyv jkcx Tqūjėčvššitgk ltisl oyy xte Sgolsl Ihcgxdgw xaeg’la ibhodvz as a rjugnbywxlzkjjr qap a cqapidate in a siiheb opksmw jvrauanopiia.

“Bnt dzda is uyzo szjiqyzih, nvojx dzd zeaw ybajlioz asxbss, xtey dzd vnjhjnyeln kfg rqcahhfji, fsjup xte wttikuxqd xtemselves gyi ajsjbxgy. We canjvo ytfy eztdkh pbm dzd reyjaylupt, atpbpby of tcoplifsw xteir wsn telcgn qap jvo igadp rqcahhfjid by dzncup,” jkcx Caėr Lėjqbnltj, a opksmw of Ctqblnrprrmni Vajj-oydgnlgbig Hwpivwcvjc.

“Hkljnyjgj poegk xtese drtllpebc, we nvsa xte khzfgjz, idn kvuew dilkfj is hcpo fzlhjlluhfgal qap dcv-transpdzdntly - no spn ddzds to mqda a mgtckb rekfgm,” cah jkcx.

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