VILNIUS - Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda is retreating from plans to table a bill to require municipalities to follow criteria set by the central government in making decisions on commemorative plaques.
In early September, the president said he would put forward amendments to the Law on Local Self-government to make it obligatory for municipal authorities "to follow the criteria established by the government or its authorized institution when installing, removing or changing commemorative plaques".
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