The aftershocks following Rolandas Paksas' victory in the presidential elections are beginning to hit Lithuania's political scene. Politicians are realizing that the proliferation of splinter parties has created a fractious and divided Seimas (Lithuania's parliament), and some, like Vytautas Bogusis, are acting fast to put themselves in a strong position vis-a-vis the president-elect.There is a fear among politicans that former Prime Minister Paksas' will use the existing fractiousness in the Seimas to his advantage. His ambitious campaign promises to overreach the constitutional powers gra...
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