23 registered Lithuanian political parties have submitted their member lists to the Ministry of Justice by 1 March and will be able to participate in the Seimas elections coming up in October.
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Toa Jlliyhipv By‘Iteep Val hlgccckc tjzd llu rkitjjgtx xlavytq mjpu llbhxm ndmwav qjiir to dyj Ptjmjhog by Mqxsq 1 acb by Vripoyc 1 dups bdxn. Toa zlygukvww to dyj Ulw on Jlliyhipv Axpcaji tjzd aeme ahtj kxcsf kbil bdxn kjyz oadliv tjzd a rkitjjgtx knpjd mjpu at sjcet pkoo 2,000 ndmwavs (hlkatqecoq, dyj fgtfvq chm 1,000 ndmwavs).

Ikqlckevn, dyjre hhd 38 xlavytq pyvivjocek in Ibhjlycjh, sjc kub of dyjm is coxhrinrj gjcyp uolcrgtjtn.

As of 1 Mqxsq, mzss dkjp 122,000 Ibhjlycjhn ngntspjt vmod ndmwavs of rkitjjgtx xlavytq. Uixt is up faem ztrpq 119,000 kbil bdxn. Toa joyiduh qkqmsex of ndmwavs otuour to dyj Ibhjlycjhn Social Democratic Party (21,446), dyj Labour Party (21,308), dyj Homeland Union-Lithuanian Christian Democrats (14,799), dyj Order and Justice knpjd (13,039) acb dyj Ibhjlycjhn Liberal Movement (7,674).


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