Social democratic and liberal members of the European Parliament are the most productive Lithuanian delegates, according to mepranking.eu, a website analysing the record of MEPs.
Vilija Blinkevičiūtė, Zigmantas Balčytis
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Vilija Blinkevičiūtė, a social democrat, is the highest-ranked Lithuanian MEP. With a score of 431, she is ranked 32nd among 751 MEPs. Blinkevičiūtė has been diligently attending parliament sittings, submitted 81 enquiries over the last year and a half, 112 resolution proposals and took the stand 512 times.

Zigmantas Balčytis, another social democrat, has scored 410 points, ranking 51st. He has submitted 49 enquiries, 90 resolution proposals and addressed the parliament almost 500 times.

Liberal Petras Auštrevičius is the 109th most active MEP with 110 resolution proposals, 29 enquiries, and 86 addresses. His party fellow Antanas Guoga is not far behind, at the 112th spot.

The least active Lithuanian MEP is Viktor Uspaskich, of the Labour Party (738th spot). Over the last year and a half, Uspaskich submitted four enquiries, three resolution proposals and addressed the parliament 53 times.

Conservative Algirdas Saudargas is ranked 716th and Valdemar Tomaševski, the leader of the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania, is 711th.

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