VILNIUS – Lithuania's ex-President Dalia Grybauskaite says she was against the bid by intelligence services to have preventive conversations legalized during her presidential term as she believes they would violate human rights.
She said on Monday that some elements of the Law on Intelligence, submitted by incumbent President Gitanas Nauseda, "were in fact discussed previously as well".
"Especially those preventive conversations. Then and now I believe that it's an excessive measure and it definitely runs counter to human ri...
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