MEP Guoga to give up Australian citizenship ahead of elections in Lithuania

Lithuanian MEP Antanas Guoga, member of the Liberal Movement party, says he has decided to renounce his Australian citizenship. The move might allow him to run for a seat in the Lithuanian parliament, but Guoga says it is not the reason he decided to do it.
Antanas Guoga
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