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
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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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