VILNIUS - The Lithuanian ruling coalition crumbles, the masses demonstrate in front of parliament and the Visaginas nuclear plant project is covered with mist amongst political chaos. Such was the Lithuanian political landscape before March 19. However, on March 19, President Dalia Grybauskaite changed her position and asked Interior Minister Raimundas Palaitis to resign in the name of saving the ruling coalition, although she emphasized at the same time that Palaitis did nothing wrong. Palaitis said that he would obey the president’s will.“I don’t think that my pe...
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