Lithuania’s government – unloved but untouchable

  • 2010-10-06
  • By Kestutis Girnius
Lithuania’s government is in deep trouble, or so it might seem at first glance. The latest opinion poll shows that only 9.7 percent of respondents have a favorable evaluation of the government, while 84.7 percent view it negatively. The government’s negative ratings are not a novelty, for it has been consistently in disfavor for more than a year.The prime minister, Andrius Kubilius, is as unloved as his government. Only 3.7 percent of Lithuanians would like to see him remain in his post. Even members of his Conservative party would prefer that he be replaced by a colleague...
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