VILNIUSThe campaign for Lithuania's European Union referendum got off to an unofficial start on the first weekend of April, bombarding voters with pro-EU images and slogans.Flashy and innovative tactics to boost support for Lithuania's entry into the EU have become practically impossible to avoid in the runup to the nationwide vote on joining scheduled for May 10-11.April 3 saw the relaunching of the Eurobus, a mobile information center that is traveling around Lithuania, stopping in towns and villages to allow rural residents to become acquainted with the principles of EU membership. The ...
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