President signs controversial amendment allowing ethnicity entry in Lithuanian passports

Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaitė has signed amendments to the Passport Law, allowing to record one's ethnicity in the passport. Some opposition politicians had called to veto the amendments, saying they might create conditions for the incitement of discord.
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