Sixty-seven conservative candidates were confirmed during the party's council meeting on Saturday, spokeswoman Ugnė Naujokaitytė has said. A decision on four more candidates is expected after the council's next meeting.
The conservatives currently hold 32 seats in Lithuania's 141-seat parliament, the Seimas.
The party's leader, Gabrielius Landsbergis, will run for a parliament seat in Kaunas, Lithuania's second biggest city and the conservative stronghold.
The following candidates are to run for parliament in single-member constituencies:
Vilnius: Vilija Aleknaitė Abramikienė, Vytautas Kernagis, Dainius Kreivys, Aistė Gedvilienė;
Kaunas: Gabrielius Landsbergis, Juozas Pundzius;
Klaipėda: Rimantas Didžiokas, Andrius Petraitis, Arūnas Barbšys;
Šiauliai: Martynas Šiurkus, Tomas Petreikis;
Panevėžys: Radvilė Morkūnaitė-Mikulėnienė, Arvydas Anušauskas, Rasa Juknevičienė.
Other candidates include: Vaidotas Bacevičius, Gediminas Anužis, Alfreda Tamoševičienė, Andrius Navickas, Giedrė Čepaitienė, Julius Dautartas, Saulius Šilinis, Valentinas Stundys, Vaidas Šalaševičius, Vidas Urbonavičius, Agnė Balčiūnienė, Valdas Aleknavičius, Donatas Jankauskas, Vytautas Judickas, Juozas Galdikas.
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