In the eye of an unhealthy hurricane

  • 2005-04-13
  • Interview by Milda Seputyte
It is almost as if the experienced coalition partners 's the Social Democrats and the Social Liberals 's had had a crystal ball to peer into. Presaging the upcoming crises with Mazeikiu Nafta and the nation's healthcare workers, they gave control of the Economy and Health ministries to the Labor Party. Now the upstart political party, still the country's most popular, is struggling to keep its head above water. But as Health Minister Zilvinas Padaiga told The Baltic Times this week, not only the Laborites, but the government as a whole is managing well, and Lithuanians will soon see this th...
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