MP Mykolas Majauskas of the conservative Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democratic Party does not yet consider resignation from the parliament amid the sexual misconduct allegations he has been faced with.
Mykolas Majauskas
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Majauskas denies the accusations.

"I have not yet thought about this (departure from the parliament), I value the confidence vested in my by my electorate, I intend to proceed with the work I have been doing," he told BNS on Tuesday.

In a press release issued earlier in the day, Majauskas said he was suspending membership in the conservative party "until all doubts are dispelled."

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