In 2013, Viktor Uspaskich, the leader of Labor Party, will face the possibility to exchange his posh life-style into some four years in prison. On Dec. 20, the Lithuanian parliament will vote on the lifting of parliamentary immunity for Uspaskich and other two Labor MPs, Vytautas Gapsys and Vitalija Vonzutaite. Prosecutors charge them with fraud in the Labor Party’s allegedly fraudulent bookkeeping case. The absolute majority of MPs – the ad hoc bloc of the Social Democrats, the Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats (HU-LCD) and the Liberal Movement – ar...
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