VILNIUS - On Feb. 2, members of the parliamentary commission to investigate the circumstances of the Snoras Bank bankruptcy gathered for their first sitting. This commission of 12 MPs should present its conclusions by June 1.“It is important that all the members of commission avoid pressure from any interest group,” Liberal Movement MP Petras Austrevicius said. The possible withdrawals of money and other transactions which, according to unconfirmed rumors in the media and suggestions by politicians, could possibly have taken place in Snoras accounts related to relatives of...
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