Prosecutor invited to give explanation to EU Parlt in MEP Paksas' case

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Lithuanian Prosecutor General Evaldas Pašilis on Monday received an invitation from the European Parliament to come and explain why Lithuania's law-enforcement is asking the EU legislature to strip MEP Rolandas Paksas, a former leader of the Order and Justice Party, of his immunity.
Rolandas Paksas with his family
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