After the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania (LLRA) party has decided to withdraw from the ruling coalition, the party's representatives will leave their posts in parliament and the government on 10 September, the party has decided.
Voldemar Tomaševski
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"On 10 September, when the Seimas starts its session, our representatives in the Seimas and government structures will leave their positions," LLRA leader, MEP Valdemar Tomaševski told BNS on Monday.

In his words, it has been decided that Leonard Talmont, chairman of the parliamentary Committee on Human Rights, and Michail Mackevič, vice-chairman of the parliamentary Committee on National Security and Defense, will leave.

But the party will seek to retain the position of a Seimas vice-speaker as an opposition political group in the Seimas. The position is now taken by LLRA MP Jaroslav Narkevič who was appointed as a member of the ruling coalition.

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