VILNIUS (ELTA) - A new coalition agreement was signed by the leaders of the Conservatives and Christian Democrats Jan. 24, after the latter lost one of its three ministerial portfolios.Discussions over the draft of the agreement took nearly half a year. Vytautas Bogusis, a representative of the Christian Democrats, said the renewed agreement allows his party first crack at nominating a candidate for the next vacant ministry. Bogusis also denied media reports on a possible coalition split. "There is no split, but rather a coordinated action plan and we expect to work together even more const...
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