If ordinary members of Lithuania’s next parliament support the ideas of their leaders, the country may adopt a historic decision to legalise homosexual relations within the next four years.
With days to go before the first round of Lithuania’s parliamentary polls, five out of eight leaders of the most popular political parties’ election lists said they are in favour of same-sex partnerships.
This marks a turning point in the political elite’s attitude toward sexual minority rights: the Liberal Movement was the only major party that support...
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