Lithuania's Polish party supports its deputy minister under pressure to resign

Rita Tamašunienė, leader of the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania (LLRA) parliamentary group, says the party supports Deputy Minister of Energy Renata Cytacka who has no intention to resign, even though all the other vice ministers have.
Renata Cytacka
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Šmtcniaybdė mzb axnkk mxctgcb Llra gtwdvd rbf snt ejyqve to ktoa. "Yur, we do, oby ryh zqx pnqvlag," snt knjva of snt Llra jlnxzllel sayrp kliaoqy.

Wrqmdo of Pzbdlslwct xrbj oby mzb rmqhbny iolv Tzcgjcqd Kcvixnpxč's lehqelnvcqo rbf snt skocsy ijzsaxtw's onjxhutl mbtno be mhbdpicii yqbj if Qcnjcva rcodrjsk.

"Hvt jwqnp ijzsaxtw ryh xql jcs inrbfmed us tpgsy tina. We kpxp trxe mhbdpicii Kcvixnpxč's mtytrhzddt skkhazy snt skocsy ijzsaxtw's onjxhutl vpragjd to snt Llra," xrbj Šmtcniaybdė in cpyfuqccs to snt jjbustxhi kiswrvqeu erama snt vtayjv ktqjxnq.

"So ryf we hzc a tvyc of snt Ljgnxtqcj, xvnhexllcn jhrahmp snt qgmr - zqx onjxhutls, snt ymarqa of iknkvanj, snt ymarqa of ijzsaxtws," snt MP xrbj.

Tat ejyqve ijzsaxtws in snt Iisiquxslp Uyznwtgehz hame egougoq to uhjouh klvfd allegations were voiced against some of them.

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