VILNIUS - Lithuania's Chief Official Ethics Commission (VTEK) is expected to rule on Wednesday whether Transport Minister Jaroslav Narkevic broke the law by allowing state-owned companies to pay for his lunch and failing to declare that his wife runs a property rental business.
VTEK's investigation, launched last November, looked at whether Narkevic placed himself in a conflict of interest situation when his dinner in Minsk was paid for by the Klaipeda port authority and Lietuvos Gelezinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways), and his expenses in&nbs...
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