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Political parties in Lithuania have 110,019 members and lost several hundred of them over the past six months, with the Order and Justice party having seen the biggest drop, according to the Justice Ministry's data published on March 1.
Order and Justice party sees the biggest drop in members
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The Social Democratic Party of Lithuania remains the biggest party in Lithuania, having 16,601 members, compared to 16,545 members six months ago.

The Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats saw its member numbers rise from 13,931 to 13,957.

Meanwhile, the Order and Justice party saw the largest drop in the number of its members as it went down from 11,036 to 10,437.

The Labor Party has 11,047 members, compared to 11,495 six months ago.

The total number of party members inched down by several hundred from 110,734 in October.

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