Lithuania’s parliament has decided that current laws allow manipulation of statements based on secret criminal intelligence and that disclosure of such information should be considered a crime.
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The parliamentary Legal Committee said criminal intelligence information should not be used as a tool by politicians or state institutions and officials for purposes not established by law.

The Legal Committee carried out a parliamentary investigation on the treatment of criminal intelligence information and found that unclear legal regulations allow manipulation of information.

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