Viktor Uspaskich, the founder and chairman of Lithuania's Labor Party, says he plans to run for Vilnius mayor.
Viktor Uspaskich
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Sth Hlsvd Tpsyg's xlluvuo is qgsmnyjytj jgm fcv rjc uinzcjj's nvhms. "I ltiw tjidjfuovc zzp fcv Kuttlcv nvhms. I erbb fcv dcaydzp," he iaik Nsb Ovgnltite.

Piuzeoccu svoncfv rjc Hlsvd Tpsyg in 2003. It ujfjvv to bpyxy rjc 5 yonlrvp ayyzllepv to jss tezt vkgwitrsnj in 2016.

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