The amendments on the publication of the names of former KGB agents in Lithuania, who have voluntarily admitted their past collaboration, will be corrected, Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis says following criticism by the State Security Department.
"This bill should be corrected and will be corrected. MP Vytautas Bakas has already registered a very logical amendment, proposing to very clearly define people engaged in politics, including lawmakers, members of the government and MEPs. When such people stand in elections, the public has to know about their p...
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