The former and incumbent members of the parliament and representatives of political parties, standing trial in a political corruption case in Lithuania, do not plead guilty but they all agree to testify in court.
Raimondas Kurlianskis, a former vice president of the MG Baltic business group, will testify first on Aug. 27. He is also the first person mentioned in prosecutors' indictment.
Kurlianskis said on August 21 he does not understand the charges as they are ambiguous but eventually agreed to testify in court.
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