Conservative leader suggests government without Labor Party more moral

  • 2006-07-18
  • TBT Staff
Andrius Kubilius, the leader of Lithuania's Conservative opposition, said a government without the Labor Party is a step toward more "moral politics."
"The Labor Party's absence from the formation of the government is an essential condition for Lithuania's politics to return to the standards of moral politics," Kubilius said on July 18.
Still it was "not enough to return to moral politics," he said.