Opposition MPs proposes to launch inquiry into PR company formerly owned by PM's son-in-law

A group of 37 members of the Lithuanian Parliament has proposed to launch a parliamentary inquiry into the activities of the PR company Ministerium which was formerly owned by the prime minister's son-in-law.
Algirdas Butkevičius
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