Fewer Lithuanians gave bribes in past 12 months than 2 years ago

Some 16 percent of the Lithuanian population have admitted paying a bribe over the past year, shows a survey published by the Special Investigations Service on Wednesday. In 2014, the number was 24 percent.
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