As Lithuania is gearing up for a string of elections within the next three months – the municipal Council elections will take place on March 3, to be followed with the presidential election on May 12 and the European Parliament election on May 26, it is the presidential race that scintillates most sparkles.
Will the leader of all presidential surveys of the last year, Gitanas Nauseda, former SEB bank chief economist, breeze to a cosy, nerves-unracking victory? Or will the closest runners-up, Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis, having been backed by the ruling F...
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