The Lithuanian parliament's National Security and Defense Committee (NSDC) plans to return to discussing the State Security Department's proposals to make disinformation a criminal offense in this autumn.
Arturas Paulauskas, the committee's chairman, says that requests have been sent out to law experts for their opinions on the proposals.
"We have sent out (draft amendments) to law schools and universities. We will get back to the package in the fall," he told BNS.
The State Security Department (VSD) unveiled its...
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