Opposition lawmakers say they are not satisfied with the explanations Skvernelis gave at a plenary meeting on Tuesday.
"The answers given at yesterday's sitting were not acceptable. We think the prime minister should clarify the information," Gabrielius Landsbergis, leader of the Homeland Union–Lithuanian Christian Democrats (TS-LKD), said after Wednesday's meeting of the heads of the political groups of the TS-LKD, the Liberal Movement and Lithuanian Social Democratic Party (LSDP).
"We want to know both the technical details and the prime minister's political assessment of his decision to tell an untruth before the Seimas yesterday," he added.
According to Landsbergis, Skvernelis lied when he said that "the government office’s rules of procedure do not apply to him as the prime minister".
Eugenijus Gentvilas, leader of the Liberal Movement, said an interpellation procedure against Skvernelis could be launched if it turned out that the prime minister had lied.
At the October 3 meeting, the Cabinet discussed reopening free access to registry data for the media, but put off its decision on the matter. Journalists demanded that the audio recording of the meeting be made public, but it turned that it had been destroyed.
Skvernelis was summoned to the Seimas on Tuesday to answer written questions from parliamentarians regarding the recording.
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