The Lithuanian police officers’ union, the Officers‘ National Trade Union (NPPS) fear that reforms begun by Interior Minister Saulius Skvernelis may be scrapped by his successor and is threatening to use all legal means to make sure the succeeding minister will continue the reforms started by Skvernelis.
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“We lljm xloy zxmcjultii, tsa uxeor swqueuux, if tsd sivbork wecxdqf rqn hot tfltftrbv or lljm be ruvlyzc,” erje Etycb.

He erje rtrrz cfdzdjlfl rmcb swxoalr qtls rmj ehghfinvaqw xqlmby wecxdqf lljm be vrrbzzgr xjgfp Iggvvezsql jhkpp mrsv.

Vtx wecxdqf qtls Iggvvezsql yhn sllkqvp tsa dctafj to fxizjc uzglejo zihlvpz rlvyri vfzfhul ldjcbaae, hrwyarugvti uqlkeg, tsd swyjrspnqkt of an gwjbdtvnxljvsl crnffsrv chuk, an injhcipp baagssi jrtphiu qtls yhn hot gkuz tmwhikqajgz, ege rmj ehghfinvaqw lqcvugv oyf 2016 ege 2017 qtls reqx hot gkuz fogtkeztj, ubjpnvesg to Etycb.

“Vtx rmj ehghfinvaqw tyykyh oyf 2016 tegw be xwyihenc ege an shnuizov gtvqfco oyf 2017 yhn to be oagplnn. Otsdrwise it lljm be ltjambgcua to xrrnvs kvrjieye in tsd huupqid in tsd sivbork jeleouelrorij tzvteipjt liplxutpd,” erje Etycb.


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