Lithuanian economist and MP Ausra Maldeikiene, 60, on June 25 announced her plans to run for president next year and is starting her election campaign with a tour around Lithuania. "It's time to remember that we restored Lithuania not only for it to be a good place to live for the chosen ones, for those who were born in the right family," she told journalists, presenting her election program. "We need a peaceful revolution."
Her presidential election campaign under the slogan "Ausra comes after dark" (A play on words since her first name ...
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