VILNIUS – Lithuania's Labor Party should have faced criminal charges in the bookkeeping fraud trial, however, it cannot be brought to justice now due to the statute of limitations, the Supreme Court ruled on Friday.
According to the finding, its former leaders and staff members, Viktor Uspaskich, Vytautas Gapsys and Marina Liutkeviciene, were sentenced reasonably for bookkeeping fraud. The prosecutor's plea to revise the qualification of their deeds as fraud was overruled.
The Supreme Court upheld the 6,800-euro fine imposed upon the party...
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