Lithuania's Parliamentarians disagreed on publishing names of all former KGB collaborators, including those who had come forward about their KGB past and had received a promise from the state to protect their identity.
The bill was supported by 19 lawmakers, 26 were against and 33 abstained.
Zbignev Jedinski of the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania – Union of Christian Families who had proposed the bill, said this would "once and for all close the shameful KGB book" and eliminate the possibility to speculate the KGB past, especi...
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