Lithuania turns to European Parliament to strip MEP Uspaskich of legal immunity - again

Lithuania's acting Prosecutor General Darius Raulušaitis on Monday turned to European Parliament President Martin Schulz with a request to take away the immunity from prosecution of Lithuanian MEP Viktor Uspaskich. The Lithuanian Court of Appeals is currently hearing a fraud case against him.
Viktor Uspaskich with his MEP badge
© DELFI / Kiril Čachovskij

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