The opposition Homeland Union–Lithuanian Christian Democrats (HU-LCD) scored a victory in the first round of the parliamentary election on October 11. HU-LCD received 24.8 of the national vote in the multi-member constituency, giving them 23 seats in the parliament. The ruling Lithuanian Farmers and Greens Union (LFGU) came in second with 17.5 percent of the vote and 16 seats, followed by the Labour Party with 9.47 percent and nine seats, and the Social Democratic Party (LSDP) with 9.26 percent and eight seats. T
he Freedom Party, a liberal party founded last year, ...
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