Vitas Vasiliauskas, the board chairman of the central Bank of Lithuania, has been named the most influential civil servant in Lithuania in the traditional elite survey, the news website reports on Tuesday.
Vitas Vasiliauskas
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He got 346 votes this year, after coming in second last year. This year, he came ahead of Dainius Zalimas, president of the Constitutional Court, with 327 votes and Darius Jauniskis, director of the State Security Department, with 325 votes, who came in first last year.

Zydrunas Bartkus, director of the Special Investigation Service, also got into the TOP-10, followed by Diana Vilyte, director of the Public Procurement Office, Prosecutor General Evaldas Pasilis, Judge Egidijus Kuris of the European Court of Human Rights, State Ombudsman Arunas Dulkys, Police Commissioner General Linas Pernavas and Government Chancellor Algirdas Stoncaitis.

The poll of 1,013 people was carried out by the Reitingai magazine for the on June 20 through July 20.

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