Seimas opens amendments to put ex-bankers on trial in absentia

Lithuania's parliamentarians on Tuesday opened legal amendments proposed by President Dalia Grybauskaitė to enable the country's law-enforcement to put financial offenders who have fled the country on trial.
Vladimir Romanov and Vladimir Antonov

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