Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis thinks that law-enforcement officials are likely to bring suspicions against the opposition Lithuanian Liberal Movement as a legal entity.
Saulius Skvernelis
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"Based on publicly available information, it is likely that this step will be made, too," Skvernelis told reporters on Thursday.

"If there are claims that the party could have been illegally financed, then perhaps a suspicion should be brought against the party as a legal entity as well," he said.

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