As Lithuania nears the general election slated for October 11 this year, the predictions as to how the public’s current affinities with one or another political force will play out at the end are getting hotter. To get a grasp on what is happening in Lithuanian politics, The Baltic Times sat down to speak to Liutauras Gudzinskas, associate professor of comparative politics at Vilnius University.
What do you make of the most recent poll in late June, showing that the ruling Farmers and Greens Union, LFGU (the abbreviations in Lithuanian – LVŽS) not only overtoo...
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