Antanas Guoga, who became the acting head of the Liberal Movement following the resignation of former leader Eligijus Masiulis following a bribery investigation, announced on Monday that he was preparing to dispose of any businesses he owned in Lithuania.
Antanas Guoga
© DELFI / Domantas Pipas

“The events of the last few days have encouraged me to do something I've been preparing for for some time now – to get rid of my businesses in Lithuania as quickly as possible,” Guoga wrote on his Facebook on Monday.

The Liberal Movement has scheduled an extraordinary congress on June 11th to select its next chairman.

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