After Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite’s annual address on Thursday, in which she discussed the state losing its strategic direction, slow-down of development, and continuing problems of social security, the government should resign, says Vytautas Landsbergis, the conservative first post-independence leader of the state.
"A good speech. It only requires some consequences. For instance, the government should resign, if this is true. I think it's true. It's poor performance, waste of time and destruction of the state," Landsbergis told journal...
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