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Four new members of the Lithuanian Seimas were sworn in on Tuesday and assumed their positions, replacing four politicians elected to the European Parliament.
Bronius Bradauskas ir Albinas Mitrulevičius
Bronius Bradauskas ir Albinas Mitrulevičius
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Audrone Jankuviene, representing the ruling Lithuanian Farmers and Greens Union, and Aiste Gedviliene of the opposition conservative Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats were sworn in for the first time.

Vilija Aleknaite-Abramikiene, another HU-LCD member, became an MP for the 7th time. She previously served from 1992 until 2016.

Social Democrat Bronius Bradauskas became a lawmaker for the 5th time after working in the Seimas from 2000 until 2016.

They replaced LFGU member Stasys Jakeliunas, HU-LCD members Rasa Jukneviciene and Andrius Kubilius and Social Democrat Juozas Olekas.

And since Ausra Maldeikiene, who was elected to the Lithuanian parliament in the single-member constituency and was later elected to the European Parliament, a by-election to fill her place will be held on September 8.

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