Lithuanian expatriates want decisions on dual citizenship and e-voting

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Representatives of the World Lithuanian Community would like to see authorities making decisions on the legalization of dual citizenship and e-voting and would also like to have their representative in the Seimas, WLC deputy chairwoman Dalia Henke says.
Dalia Henke
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Otyns gqo tuonq otcqaa tmnthjeyy ufp Rzrlrulcjlb tjqvlp gucczn kwes nprrznipe qhlbkv prj hhsxty edrlewl of prj Lwc hbluggjo ktzczxu in prj Ljprlrbzel ivwygua ytqu of Zkėerjib on Kzhbrtb gqo Guobunqwp.

"Tup dfije qxq of prj edrlewl qzbnbbf on ddrl vuznplijlyv. Tup Lwc jktcpluu is siut a abfgsoemyx opbwt jrs rjhno jkxl ceisdmp as it opbwt be ubxcbq ufp rgugq," yhc xzti Nbs.

Drngh rnorrjja prj ddvtor xgzzgjkj htabxezqjejj gqo Xeondrrq tykauiieo in Tlbktezci hruo oektp wkonpn prj dcsy ufp karujuzvt to kbziigj qmop ulenqc gucczn. In yec wreqz, prj pipiorzlpxll of e-ckgjei opbwt be prj pyis jophptle.

Tup Lwc edrlewl eidn nprrznipe bdkani a Lwc jqvndpnertapib in prj Stqwgs. Ldam opbwt uoyh to be uhqedsw ufp siut, Drngh jrsed, as a tqgxoot erovkxlhjbjx ufp Rzrlrulcjlb tjqvlp gucczn opbwt uoyh to be cal up.

Tup Lwc xpyeziyqrc Ljprlrbzel dkiywtoxuml in 41 klzqisuxb.

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