Gediminas Kirkilas, one of the leaders of the ruling Social Democratic Party, Deputy Speaker of the Seimas, who also chairs the Seimas Committee on European Affairs, spoke to TLT/DELFI.lt on the land sale referendum, held on 29 June, which failed due to a record-low turnout. What went wrong - or was it a success?
Gediminas Kirkilas
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The referendum, which was aimed at banning the sale of farming land to non-citizens and corporate bodies, failed because the turnout was below 15 percent.

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