The Lithuanian government allocated on April 17 just over 2.5 million euros to the Central Electoral Commission to cover the costs of running referendums on expanding dual citizenship and on cutting the number of seats in the Seimas. The expenses will be covered from borrowed funds.
In the May 12 referendum, voters will be asked to decide whether to allow dual citizenship to citizens of countries meeting "Euroatlantic integration criteria", with a list of such countries to be set by a law. Currently, people who left Lithuania after it regained indepe...
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