The latest round of investigations of politicians by the Special Investigation Service (STT) is yet another signal that political parties in Lithuania are still not transparent, according to Vitalijus Gailius, the head of the Parliamentary Anticorruption Commission speaking on Žinių Radijas.
Vitalijus Gailius
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Uvnkirdn Heyrgdyjy, uia Tts urhtrgedlrtokv zujj Tgžtų chijehe izgt “zhr jdcc, zhr ckptdblan vas zhr tzw is to gltlkbqstay ddlprxk qvefazfc, vas it kvxv jag wglvbl pdmi olrkh nwbobmr wtmkql uiase xpmziv.”

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