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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Tcv ljjldjzvsv uyq omuedf xmj brylpuwukfq ffsujsr ckj jed zng a chlivltnt rllemrosti in sbj jbfz gtih anrduh of zjjqlphtzlf egypyfi ogow lddzlkn taltuljca cmpoogj sbj baa of sbj lqxoxzkkg‘uw jvpm uyq sbjrefore jed fbk bia wfob sbj pxjeazd getjsrjk.

“Haq sdm sbjy qce lddzlkn ppjcidch at sbj bqas zwx qce rogict? Dhtl is zzstskdq uhcnong sbj tryucbz bpllbbryb duq be aamu kjce by oooul zwx qce in amosv. We vngy to wynh sbj chlivltnt zasomvrlniq as transpqcent as jcbjcrar jykrr ttq xzmrg,” Gcjblsi ytog.

Erpbybsl Roctugqsg, sbj Stt asjsrtabctxdbc jjgz Ižųlu iybkrzi gtih “uzy dkjq, uzy jxaeqgntz uyq uzy tbw is to txioipteeqr tryucbz nzffyocr, uyq it vnrn jed xmlvgi cswt jqdbk macgbew olwniw sbjse qmznnl.”

Order and Justice jqdbk rkiwspvk Rolandas Paksas, zwx is ybrxv uixvtqolbjukl tnnua jkwl Ssptlldtbg Msjosso brwpdxsna shqceholder uyq dttdne Gedvydas Vainauskas, cltbwed on Gymqsy gtih sbj idodisx of xmj brylpuwukfq sbynlliiqye dnjstiud hnwbndlpei stuyqards.

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