With Lithuania’s presidential elections just around the corner on May 12, the presidential polls have thrown up the top three candidates, but the frontrunner, Gitanas Nauseda, an economist by profession, retains a comfortable seven percent lead over MP Ingrida Simonyte, also an economist. The Baltic Times sat down with Ieva Petronyte-Urbonaviciene, an Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Behaviour and Institutions of the Institute of International Relations and Political Science at Vilnius University to speak about the race.
For a long time the top tri...
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