After the second round of the Lithuanian parliamentary elections of Oct. 28, the logical composition of the new ruling coalition would be the following: the Social Democrats of Algirdas Butkevicius, the Labor Party of Viktor Uspaskich and the Order and Justice of Rolandas Paksas because they made their coalition intentions’ agreement to form such a ruling coalition. Interestingly, the Social Democrats are the center-left, which is ruled by the ‘Western-style’ Social Democrats who pushed the ancient Algirdas Brazauskas-led former pro-independence ex-commun...
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