Chief prosecutor off to Brussels to explain about Paksas case

Lithuania's Prosecutor General Evaldas Pašilis plans to attend a meeting of the European Parliament's (EP) Committee on Legal Affairs to explain the reasons behind the request to lift the legal immunity of the Order and Justice party's former leader Rolandas Paksas in a corruption case.
Rolandas Paksas
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