VILNIUS – Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis expects high voter turnout in Sunday’s parliamentary polls and says that the results of voting will become a stocktaking of the work done by the government under his leadership.
According to him, voters have been provided with a possibility to exercise their constitutional right safely amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“First of all, I expect high turnout today. I would like as many people to vote as possible given that voting is truly safe and there are no risks. Let’s come and...
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