VILNIUS – The Lithuanian president's proposed changes to the Law on Intelligence would not violate human rights, Darius Jauniskis, head of the country's State Security Department, says.
"Those amendments have been under consideration for a long time, and I am deeply convinced that it definitely has nothing to do with some human rights violations. There are attempts to develop that topic in the public but there's definitely no basis for that," the SSD chief told the parliamentary Committee on National Security and Defense on Wednesday.
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