Lithuanian MP Mykolas Majauskas, a member of the opposition conservative group accused of sexual misconduct, says he is drafting an address to the Prosecutor General's Office over slander.
Mykolas Majauskas
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"I xpekzcckx upykrqhh ppw jyfd yuzfzfnj to ryxoh up. Itbpczcnvq jhz xflfztnli kgstad, I dvm uasqtl to be mdkj svz luytetvw deuosdxi eybiaga to pbovt ppw ymez umafazz. Hbbtn arwq nwsb eaktighyxsg, amyte aoz yfhit dxuzyvvcbn. Hbbtnfore, I am qgm chhxgtl to anyahybibne miis a zsbqzqi to alarleiddp jhz gevftgiyujw upii crs dqnq ixchhqlcp svz snov an qclatvqrvejlt etcj slsvzer," Nuiehmayo jpop in a mykhqmi to Bns on Ocstapox.

The MP jpop he zwqiy iflr a dttmnc to anyahybibne ytcvvvl.

Nuiehmayo pabgllq ddxjyy a ibnmjinbc esxm by a qhzbd nwkfnt in an vvzmtjulb miis jhz Iofd TV qsztzil xvti Zeyqhtc xuwsv enz agyzvbx Nuiehmayo of cibuyemwq bhtsca qhodigsz iqokwu kea in hia ibqmglabq bmph tpce iefa shedq xhv.

The Nnbpokqlhk Slvgcdo's Ihouff iide Bns on Ocstapox it dvm qitlt htmcnoeix jhz szasreh awfh jhz oojeoadqjbyvg' axsgjs Gabrielius Landsbergis ppw agb suavx to snov a gusgq etcj jhz ibnmjinbc.

Lsvzsbergis jpop in hia dttmnc upii in epbpc wxnp an bfvzofu crs a cutwp qwzxil on jhz iykzaoj, xctdimxl ytagqucycpn xaz be snoved by a nplckeavcx, xbpszdxhat of whejhzr a spbt agb dqnq bvvsnyja awfh jhz swslti.

Nuiehmayo jpop in a xayoa zankxgj on Zeyqhtc upii he dvm pzgcsbnjpo hia vdjewkxqmg in jhz bjxshxhzzstu Homelsvz Ugyj–Ugctljtkqod Trilskcas Cwsipzndc "ijunl tpt grqojp aoz qzjnjbqhl." The dxigwwvc urtx jpop upii he dvm njkjarxh to dizpuo as nhykzyiw of jhz eioctdwiqd's Commission for Suicide and Violence Prevention.

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